second deck


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Noun1.second deck - the uppermost sheltered deck that runs the entire length of a large vesselsecond deck - the uppermost sheltered deck that runs the entire length of a large vessel
deck - any of various platforms built into a vessel
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Engineer Rodolfo Paner, Marina-Eastern Visayas supervising maritime industry specialist, said the ban on the use of the second deck of a boat for passengers and cargo was in response to the tragedy.
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HUNDREDS of people flocked to Rhyl with their cameras at the ready to catch the moment the second deck of a new bridge was lifted into place.
The imperial couple viewed the sight of Tokyo on the 450-meter second deck after hearing an explanation about the 634-meter tower, according to the agency.
The rescuers from the fire brigade, who spent the night looking for around 15 missing people, found the body of a passenger wearing a lifevest on the second deck in the unsubmerged part of the huge vessel, ANSA said.
The second deck is home to the International and Executive Education Office, the Senior SODHC classroom.
Craig Wilson, commercial director for Birkenhead-based Technical Demolition Services Plant Hire Ltd, said: "We know the fire happened on the second deck and it did not go any further than that.
That was thanks mostly to a two-run homer by Nomar Garciaparra, a three-run triple by Russell Martin and a two-run shot by Marlon Anderson that landed halfway up the second deck in right field, some 437 feet from home plate.
Brief intro notes that Mexico City teems with more than 3 million cars, prompting the building of the Periferico's soon-to-be-completed second deck, which Rulfo filmed from March 2003 to December 2005.
Darlington Council took over operating the East Street car park from NCP in June and has since carried out work to open its second deck to provide extra spaces.
Damage controlmen who stand this watch routinely climb down from the second deck to the seventh deck, using a vertical ladder.
Smokey Burns, who had the idea, said: "The rate these stars get arrested we could soon fill a second deck.