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midships

[′mid‚ships]
(naval architecture)
Halfway between a boat's or ship's stem and stern, at the design waterline.
Halfway between the side of a boat's or ship's hull.
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Dubbed a multi-performance supercar by Nissan, the all-new GT-R uses a Premium Midship package, which is a more advanced version of the Front Midship package used on other Nissan vehicles.
The all-new Nissan GT-R uses a Premium Midship package, an all-new platform which enables the use of the world's first application of an independent transaxle 4WD system.
Fuel tank(s) 40 Gallon aft-axle & 28 Gallon Midship - Dual Diesel Tank Option 68 Gallon
Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, coming to Deck 5 midship, will bring to life the storybook fantasies of young guests with pixie-dusted and piratical makeovers.
The model is an update of the Midship concept that was launched at the 2014 Busan Motor Show.
In a blow, it can be dangerous--and I should point out that you should never tie off a true sea anchor (the Para-Techs, above) to a midship or transom cleat.
The impact occurred in the portside area causing a hole in the tank and fire to the midship.
8 litre, 135bhp four-pot mounted midship and driving the rear wheels via a five-speed gearbox (a 120 bhp sequential shift version is also available).
Each Pierce pumper is equipped with a 1500 gallons per minute (gpm) midship pump, Husky[R] 12 foam system and a 200 cfm (95 lps) compressed air foam system(CAFS) for enhanced firefighting power.
Rear) GABRIAL, Reverse Light Switch (Killing Switch) Electrical, Joint Holder Bottom & Joint Holder, Midship Tube Shaft, Worm Drive Hose Clip No.
Auto Business News-June 4, 2014--Hyundai launches Veloster Midship concept vehicle at 2014 Busan International Motor Show
At the beginning of this project Swan Hunter delayed work on their build sequences to accommodate engineering work, enabling Govan to begin their midship sections.