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steam

(stēm) [AS. steam, vapor]
1. The invisible vapor into which water is converted at the boiling point.
2. The mist formed by condensation of water vapor.
3. Any vaporous exhalation.
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The steamship company gives the party a bill of lading, which is a receipt and a contract governing how goods are transported.
A 100-year-old Russian steamship travelling from Denmark to Sweden has become grounded just off the Danish coast.
Since stack train use is important to ocean carriers, the adoption of stack train technology by steamship lines will play a vital role in our research into sales force structure.
"For a steamship line, you have options on these Southeast Asia ports through the Panama or Suez Canal, and the East Coast ports are more reachable through the Suez Canal.
Operating normally Above, Steamship Sir Walter Scott at Trossachs Pier, and inset steamship operating company managing director Gordon Allan
announced the purchase of Penfold Wines from Tooth & Co., a subsidiary of Adelaide Steamship Co., for $292 million, along with the assumption of some $37.5 million in finance leases.
Called HAPAG (an acronym for the name of a german-American steamship line), it was first spotted by Johann Palisa, who holds the record for visual discoveries of asteroids -- 121 -- according to brian G.
Department of Transportation (DOT) has awarded the Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket Steamship Authority (SSA) a $2.5 million grant to support the construction of a new ferry terminal in Woods Hole, Massachusetts.
Iconic Steamship the Sir Walter Scott sailed with the feared skull and crossbones flag after being commandeered by `pirates' at the weekend.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 27, 2017-Canadian Shipper Algoma Acquires 4 Vessels from American Steamship
Malaysia Airlines, the national carrier of Malaysia, was established nearly 80 years ago when the Liverpoolbased Ocean Steamship Company partnered with the Straits Steamship Company and now flies 40,000 guests to more than 1,000 destinations every day.
Batman director Christopher Nolan has been turned down in a bid to use a historic steamship in his new film.