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- n. conveyance provided by the ships belonging to one country or industry
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The government also financed 12 multimillion-dollar cargo ships for the Zairian shipping line, DC-10s for Air Zaïre, an ambitious airport construction and improvement program, and a steel mill of dubious profitability.
The result was a seesaw battle all along the Atlantic seaboard, with raiders chasing cargo ships and the Royal Navy exacting retribution.
The New Orleans harbor was busy, tugs and towboats moving steadily up-and downstream, freighters and cargo ships tied up to wharfs.
“Ship Sulfur Emissions Found to Strongly Impact Worldwide Ocean and Coastal Pollution: Trade-carrying cargo ships powered by diesel engines are among the world’s highest polluting combustion sources per ton of fuel...”
"I've already had it politely explained to me that EmDef hasn't got the manpower to sand-sift all the mining and cargo ships buzzing around Lorelei system.
A few rusty cargo ships hang at anchor, and a freighter from Halmahera is docked alongside the town’s single pier.