trip change

trip change

[′trip ‚chānj]
(mining engineering)
The period during which the loaded cars are taken away and empties are brought back.
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Trip change made difference: Report, page 84HOW LAST NIGHT'S RACE DISTANCES WERE WRONG Race time Race type Distance on card Actual distance Difference 5.
Nicky Richards' grey Monet's Garden won this race last year, and although it's more of a test of stamina this time, the trip change should show him in an even better light.
Yesterday, after switching him back from a mile to seven furlongs, Queen's Composer opened his winning account under Philip Robinson, who was instrumental in the trip change.
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When I transition the students to the beach, the focus of the field trip changes from information to action.
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Dave Diulus, the company chief operating officer, said 'We've listened to our clients and understand that they want the ability to check trip changes on the fly and see confirmations and next leg information wherever they are on their mobile devices.
Not surprisingly her trip changes that perspective completely.
Not even the fact that some of England's most important players will not be making the trip changes that according to the man who won caps in the Silver Fern.
The unusual increase, which has forced thousands of travelers to make last-minute trip changes throughout the Reno Air system, was mainly due to an unusual shortage of engine-part replacements from engine maker Pratt & Whitney, which is based in East Hartford, Conn.
Tzell will also leverage TripCase's messaging platform to proactively interact with travelers while on the road, sending them reminders during their journey, and notifying them of any trip changes, updates and cancellations.