Feeder Vessel

A general term for any larger bore vessel that supplies a region or neoplastic growth, e.g., a spider angioma
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Smaller feeder vessel can not only be economical but also would create a larger and better connectivity among and for the intracountry movement.
The newly established Fujairah Terminals, under the management of Abu Dhabi Ports, recently welcomed its first container feeder vessel, the Dubai Alliance, said a report.
DUBAI: The first container feeder vessel, the Dubai Alliance, arrived at Fujairah Terminals, wholly owned and operated by Abu Dhabi Ports since August 1.
The newly established Fujairah Terminals, under the management of Abu Dhabi Ports, has welcomed its first container feeder vessel, the Dubai Alliance.
Grossly, PMD may be thought to be chorangiomas, usually more well-circumscribed vascular capillary hemangiomatous placental lesions, which may exhibit a feeder vessel.
SBMA Chair Roberto Garcia said the agency had investigated the iron ore spillage from the feeder vessel of Brazil's Vale Shipping Holdings Pte.
Cetus J is the first feeder vessel to berth at London Gateway making Teesport the first port to receive a vessel of this type from the London based port.
The primary objective of treating AVM of the brain is to obliterate the feeder vessel to AVM aiming at restoration of normal hemodynamics and preservation of neurological functions.
The motor carrier transferred the cargo to the APL's ship agent then onto their feeder vessel, the Sima Tara, on 3 July 2006.
Reality: Hemangiomas typically have one feeder vessel that's easily isolated.
Endometrial lesions are usually pedunculated, which means blood flow to the entire lesion has to go through a small stalk to get to the lesion--and that's the feeder vessel.
This month, the feeder vessel of Singaporean-led MCC Transport has added another shipping day as several Peza locators have been increasingly using the Batangas port to avoid the truck ban in Manila, San Pascual said.