shipping

(from the article `Asia`) ...is important in certain countries; a good river and canal system is capable of carrying goods and passengers at small cost over considerable ... natural or artificial waterways used for navigation, crop irrigation, water supply, or drainage.Whenever possible, commercial quays are built open to the tide range...
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shipping

[n] - conveyance provided by the ships belonging to one country or industry
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Shipping

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Ship • (n.) The collective body of ships in one place, or belonging to one port, country, etc.; vessels, generally; tonnage. • (n.) Navigation. • (n.) The act of one who, or of that which, ships; as, the shipping of flour to Liverpool. • (a.) Relating to, or concerned in, the forwarding of goods; as, ...
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shipping

transport noun the commercial enterprise of moving goods and materials
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shipping

cargo ships noun conveyance provided by the ships belonging to one country or industry
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Shipping

[fandom] Shipping, derived from the word relationship is the desire for two people, often fictional, to be in a romantic relationship. It is considered a general term for fans` emotional involvement with the ongoing development of romance in a work of fiction. Though technically applicable to any such involvement, it refers chiefly to vario...
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Shipping

Ship'ping adjective 1. Relating to ships, their ownership, transfer, or employment; as, shiping concerns. 2. Relating to, or concerned in, the forwarding of goods; as, a shipping clerk.
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Shipping

Ship'ping noun 1. The act of one who, or of that which, ships; as, the shipping of flour to Liverpool. 2. The collective body of ships in one place, or belonging to one port, country, etc.; vessels, generally; tonnage. 3. Navigation. 'God send 'em good shipping ...
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shipping

shipping, transportation of passengers and goods on waterways. From prehistoric times shipping has had a major influence on human social development. Water routes, unlike roads, did not need building, and the difficulties and dangers were less than those offered by mountains, marshes, and enemy trib...
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Shipping

Transfers finished, packages product onto trucks for delivery.
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Shipping

Transfers finished, packages product onto trucks for delivery.
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