loading point


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loading point

A point where one aircraft can be loaded or unloaded.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Of old the Hospadars would not repair them, lest the Turk should think that they were preparing to bring in foreign troops, and so hasten the war which was always really at loading point.
He said his group was working with the Federal Government to also build a semi loading point of petroleum products in Ogoniland as a way of creating employment and wealth for the people of Ogoni.
Naval Base Guam piers were the loading point for the combatants, and Military Sealift Command Vessels.
CIL, on the other hand, maintains that during sampling of the fuel at the loading point, stones are separated from coal.
According to senior SAIL officials, a group of armed Maoists stormed into the loading point in Meghatpur mines on the Orissa side and exploded a bomb damaging the conveyor belt.
Extruded minced meat is automatically cut and checkweighed, and correct portions are fed to the tray loading point. An Ishida tray den-ester, which can run in excess of 120 trays per minute, separates trays and places them on the belt in a single lane.
The Cuban proposal, when translated to English, says potato shipments would be inspected at a "loading port" but Johnson believes it should be "loading point."
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.
Once an appropriate fit is obtained, a derivative, dP/dh, applied at the maximum loading point ([h.sub.max], [P.sub.max]) should yield information about the state of contact at that point.
Platts assesses FOB Novorossiisk Aframax cargoes as a freight netback to the CIF-delivered Rotterdam Urals market, using the Baltic to UK-Continent 100,000 mt freight route to calculate the Urals value back to its loading point at the Russian Baltic ports of Ust-Luga and Primorsk.