loading point


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loading point

A point where one aircraft can be loaded or unloaded.
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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.
In conventional bending tests such as three- and four-point bending tests, stress concentration at the loading point is significant (Whitney 1985, Hojo et al.
Extruded minced meat is automatically cut and checkweighed, and correct portions are fed to the tray loading point.
A loading port would be next to water and a loading point would be in North Dakota.
David's Hall - while there is no scope for parking nearby there is room for a discharge and loading point - and it is urgent that one should be offered.
PORTOBELLO, near Edinburgh, gets its name from the Caribbean pirate port which was the West Indies loading point for the plundered treasure of South America in the 1580s.
The flat boot floor and low loading point are ideal for those who lead an active lifestyle and need to carry sporting or leisure gear.
Once an appropriate fit is obtained, a derivative, dP/dh, applied at the maximum loading point ([h.
Beyond that, the Cold Zone is where command and control vehicles are based, with a survivor rest centre and ambulance loading point, all surrounded by an outer cordon.
A fire wiped them out, leaving the land to weeds, until the railroad line from Springfield to Decatur made the town a loading point.
7am: I arrive at the property; we show the truck driver the barn where we have prepared the goods at the loading point.
All you do is choose your drinks at the continental Hoverstore, pay for them, and drop them off at the Select & Collect loading point.