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dockyard

[′däk‚yärd]
(civil engineering)
A yard utilized for ship construction and repair.
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Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Jan 13 ( ANI ): Rear Admiral Sandeep Naithani has taken over as the Admiral Superintendent, Naval Dockyard, Mumbai, from Rear Admiral Sanjeev Kale.
Elena, who are employed by the dockyard, even accused Raymundo of harassment and deplored the sudden closure of the firm, which is now on its construction stage.
Taliban militants attacked a Karachi naval dockyard in a raid which left an officer and two insurgents dead, officials said Tuesday.
To enable us to come down to one dockyard the industry had to invest in the necessary rationalisation.
Yapa, Managing Director/ Chief Executive Officer, Colombo Dockyard participated in flagging off ceremony of the Marine Vessel "Lakshadweep Sea" on 28 October, 2010 at Colombo Dockyard.
At the end of the 1950s a new chapter in the town's history began when Cornelius Verolme bought the Cork Dockyards in Rushbrooke, on the outskirts of Cobh, and started building ships.
Editor MacDougall, a naval dockyard historian, has assembled a considerable quantity of documents, correspondence, and other information to provide insight into the workings of a British naval dockyard during the transformative period between 1815 and 1865.
Pc Ivan Smith used the covert spot to overhear proceedings at a meeting of dockyard apprentices discussing strike action in December 1941.
Fourteen people suffered burns and were taken to hospital Tuesday after an explosion on a Panamanian-registered car freighter at a dockyard on an island off Kudamatsu, Yamaguchi Prefecture, on the western tip of Japan's largest main island of Honshu, police said.
John Jeremy, Cockatoo Island: Sydney's Historic Dockyard, UNSW Press, Kensington, 2005, xiii+263 pages; ISBN 0 86840 817 4.
THE bug that causes deadly Legionnaires' disease has been found at Rosyth dockyard.