day's run

day's run

[¦dāz ′rən]
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The distance traveled by a vessel in 1 day, usually reckoned from noon to noon.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The day's run was shorter, and likewise the hours on trail.
It was a hard day's run, up the Canon, through Sheep Camp, past the Scales and the timber line, across glaciers and snowdrifts hundreds of feet deep, and over the great Chilcoot Divide, which stands between the salt water and the fresh and guards forbiddingly the sad and lonely North.
On the first day's run he was known to cover as high as a hundred and fifty miles, and after that he would average a hundred miles a day until caught.
Keep an eye on any large cuts, especially when they become larger and deeper alter a day's run. The belt is NMC when it's cut across more than 40 percent or almost half the width of the track.
Stay on top of the info in TM 5-2430-200-10 and keep these PM pointers in mind before the day's run.
That means you have to drain the fuel/water separator before the day's run.
So, after the day's run, use a high-pressure water hose on the tilt cylinder's rock guard.
Remind yourself to do some housekeeping after the day's run.
Some well-meaning operators walk around the vehicle before the day's run. While in a hurry doing the checks and services, they open the petcock for the alcohol reservoir, because they think it's an air tank for the air brake system.
Drain water out of the air tanks before the day's run by pressing the drain valves on the front air tank, then on the centerline and rear reservoir tanks.
Make sure the cab vents are closed after the day's run. That way dust and sand stay out of the cab.
Check for leaks, loose fittings and broken wires before each day's run. Fix what you can and report what you can't.