draft marks

draft marks

[′draft ‚märks]
(naval architecture)
Numbers at the bow and stern of a ship to indicate the height from the bottom of keel or lowest projection.
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The new draft marks a new chapter in the Hunt's history.
Sand and spot prime as required in preparation for application of 2- Part epoxy paint on the draft marks
The 2012 ComFrame Draft marks the completion of the second step in its three-year-development phase, which should wrap up less than a year from now.
I can remember walking on a single plank 50ft up to do the draft marks on the side of the ship.
This new draft marks the middle of a year-long public review process designed to evaluate proposed changes and to finalize a new version of the GPL.
The Draft marks the unofficial start to the 2000 NFL season," said Kennedy.
The release of this draft marks a significant milestone in the ongoing development of a Global Earth Observation System, involving 48 other countries, the European Commission and 29 international organizations.
Hatch's release of this draft marks a highly constructive and very positive landmark step toward passage of legislation this year.
The publication of the draft marks the completion of a significant step toward the formal adoption of a single, unified specification for UNIX, the leading computer operating system for open systems.
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