transportal

transportal

(trænsˈpɔːtəl) or

transportance

n
an act of transporting
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Those flowers, also, which had their stamens and pistils placed, in relation to the size and habits of the particular insects which visited them, so as to favour in any degree the transportal of their pollen from flower to flower, would likewise be favoured or selected.
Under these circumstances it is, I believe, quite impossible to explain th transportal of these gigantic masses of rock so many mile from their parent-source, on any theory except by that o floating icebergs.
[5] In a single bundle hamstring graft, a transportal approach for creating a femoral tunnel has recently become more popular than the trans-tibial technique.
All the patients underwent anatomical ACL reconstruction of the femoral tunnel was made through transportal. The femoral tunnel was drilled first through the anteromedial portal approach, through inside-out technique, with the knee flexed between 110[degrees]-130[degrees].
22 CEO,QatarAirways Origin: Qatar Residence: Qatar Sector: TransportAl Baker is CEO of the region's second largest airline after Emirates.
Quinones-Hinojosa, "Minimally invasive transportal resection of deep intracranial lesions," Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery, vol.
direction must separate, as far as transportal by the sea is concerned, the southern islands from the northern ones, and between these northern islands a strong n.W.
there are a number of such virtual trucking companies (e.g., FreightPro.com, GoLogistics.com, Transportal.com, Transportation.com).
Others include Miltary.com, which was featured in the September 2000 edition; MilitaryMoves.com, and the Defense Department's official Web site for transitioning service members, called DoD TransPortal, or www.dodtransportal.org.
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