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ship

(ship),
A structure resembling the hull of a ship.

SHIP

Abbreviation for:
Self-Help Intervention Project
Senior Health Insurance Program
sexual health in practice 
SH2-containing inositol phosphatase
Small Hospital Improvement Program
src homology 2-containing inositol phosphatase
STD/HIV Intervention Program
Supplemental Health Insurance Plan

ship

(ship)
A structure resembling the hull of a ship.
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The past year has seen North widen its global office network, with the opening of a subsidiary office in Shanghai in November, to support itss Asia-based membership and all shipowner members trading in the region.
According to President Director Karen Agustiawan, 'We are seeking to partner with a shipowner as we want to own, not lease.
The law limits liability for things a shipowner cannot control, such as the negligent actions of an officer on the other side of the world.
The signing of this controversial protocol has signaled an exodus of shipowners registering their vessels under the world's second largest shipping registry.
One was filed by the London-based fund against the shipowner, insurers and other relevant bodies.
Perhaps disappointingly from the point of view of risk management's proponents, this state of affairs seems to portend no imminent doom for the shipowners or marine insurers.
If obvious, the shipowner has no duty to warn or intervene if the longshoreman or stevedore was in a better position to recognize and avoid the dangerous condition.
ING purported to have a valid security agreement over the trade receivables due to OWB from the shipowners and accordingly pursued shipowner debtors, often arresting their ships to recover the same debts demanded by PS.
The regulation will put an end to the practice of beaching, in which certain European shipowners send their end-of-life ships to substandard facilities on tidal beaches in Bangladesh, Pakistan or India for dismantling," commented rapporteur Carl Schlyter (Greens-EFA, Sweden) for the EP's Committee on the Environment (ENVI).
His copper-bottomed life-long enemy was a Liverpool shipowner called Edward Bates, based at the Albert Dock.
economy will be "disrupted" if shipowner insurance clubs refuse to obtain COFRs.