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  • The vessels are high specification so-called wide-beam container vessels optimized for higher cargo intake, a radically improved speed consumption economics compared to existing vessels of similar size.

  • Coastal energy transportation study: The potential for wide-beam, shallow-draft ships to serve coal and other bulk commodity terminals along the Cape Fear River by Paul Day Cribbins

    Politicians, Kids and an Audacious Hope

  • The potential for wide-beam, shallow-draft ships to serve coal and other bulk commodity terminals along the Cape Fear River (Coastal energy transportation study) by Paul Day Cribbins

    Politicians, Kids and an Audacious Hope

  • Do a wide-beam if you have to, but we need to get all six of them off of there, living or dead.

    A Good Day To Die

  • He husbanded his strength for a wide-beam call, opened his mind-

    Fiddler Fair

  • The single, wide-beam searchlight mounted on its nose remained dark.

    For Love of Mother-Not

  • With a wide-beam bombardment from the impulse-cannons we had shot down a group of about 80 aircraft.

    Planet Mechanica

  • But the rest were circling around, getting within wide-beam range, and one shot could fry him.

    Agent Of The Terran Empire

  • The guard was upset; Tawney was a great deal more upset, because at the time Greg Hunter was (reportedly) playing havoc with the yeast-vats in Hydroponics he was also (reportedly) knocking guards down like ten-pins in the main corridor off the engine room while reinforcements tried to pin him down with a wide-beam stunner ....

    Gold in the Sky

  • Preston reached for the wide-beam stud, pressed it.

    Postmark Ganymede

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