fourth deck

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Noun1.fourth deck - the fourth or lowest deckfourth deck - the fourth or lowest deck    
deck - any of various platforms built into a vessel
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The below-decks engine room area and a room on the fourth deck can now be searched.
"Almost 90 per cent of works below the fourth deck, all underwater works, is over," The Hindu newspaper quoted a shipyard official.
After Shane Victorino and Pedroia singled to start the game, Ortiz followed with a towering drive off the facing of the fourth deck. The homer was his 455th, tying him with Adam Dunn of the Chicago White Sox for 35th on the career list.
The confirmed death toll on Wednesday was 146, many found at the back of the ship on the fourth deck.
A coastguard official said the 23 bodies recovered from the ferry overnight had mostly been found in a lounge on the third deck and cabins on the fourth deck. The large death toll has partly been attributed to the captain's instruction for passengers to stay where they were for around 40 minutes after the ferry ran into trouble.
The woman was found wearing a life jacket in a corridor on an underwater section of the ship's fourth deck. By late yesterday she had still not been named.
Divers found four men and a woman in their 50s and 60s on the wreck's fourth deck, bringing the total death toll to 11.
The 20-year-old, of Town End Farm, Sunderland, died alongside leading mechanic operator Paul McCann, 32, from Halesowen, West Midlands, on the fourth deck of the vessel in the forward escape compartment.

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