loading point


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loading point

A point where one aircraft can be loaded or unloaded.
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He said; 'we have proposed to the Minister to build a loading point or a semi loading point, whether, in Bodo Waterfront or anywhere else in the area, these are avenues to create wealth for the people.
Power ministry officials appear to be veering around to the view that since the system of third- party sampling of coal quality at loading points, introduced last October, has not addressed the quality issue, there is a need to put in place a system at unloading point as well.
The trays travel to the loading point, where the minced meat portions (usually either 400g or 1kg) are accurately dispensed into them.
"A loading port would be next to water and a loading point would be in North Dakota.
The measured stiffness, S*, is the slope of the tangent line to the unloading curve at the maximum loading point ([P.sub.max]) and is given by