Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. That strip of a shore which lies between ordinary high-tide mark and the dunes; the middle beach.
“The cancellation of the mid-shore patrol ships means the Coast Guard is going to be required to conduct fisheries protection with old, difficult to maintain vessels.”
“It has also cancelled a tender call for the purchase of 12 mid-shore patrol ships for the Coast Guard.”
“The Conservative government quietly scuttled a plan last month to build 12 mid-shore patrol vessels for the coast guard.”
“The coast guard is considering buying 10 mid-shore patrol vessels instead of the dozen originally planned to reduce costs.”
“The plans included the purchase of 12 new mid-shore patrol vessels.”
“The government, in a statement issued late Friday, also cancelled a tender call for the purchase of 12 mid-shore patrol ships for the coast guard.”
“The Coast Guard will finalize procurement strategies for the new vessels approved in Budget 2007 four additional mid-shore patrol vessels, one offshore fisheries science vessel and one offshore oceanographic science vessel and begin the procurement process in 2008-2009.”
“The delivery of the first mid-shore patrol vessel is targeted for 2009-2010.”
“It has also cancelled a tender call for the purchase of 12 mid-shore patrol ships for the coast guard.”
“In any event, the CCG is acquiring 12 mid-shore patrol vessels for this role; if more are needed maybe the government should buy them for the Coast Guard.”
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