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Film

"Towing" is a 2012 short drama war film written by Cari Callis and directed by Wenhwa Ts'Ao.

Miscellanea

Towing is the process of coupling one object to anothers, so that one can be pulled along behind the other. The towing source is usually a truck or other motorized land vehicle, but anything from waterborne vessels to tractors to animals to people can tow cargo. The coupling may consist of a chain, rope, bar, integrated platform, or some other means of keeping the two objects together while in motion.

Phrases with Towing

  1. Towing Bitt
  2. towing line
  3. towing path
  4. towing rope

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Towing

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Google previewCultivating Conscience (2010)

How Good Laws Make Good People by Lynn Stout

Carroll Towing Company.7 NEGLIGENCE AND THE B < PL FORMULA Carroll Towing is a landmark case in American tort law, discussed in virtually every torts casebook and every torts classroom. This is not, sadly, because the facts of the ...

Google previewNY-17 Highway Conversion from Partial to Full Access Control Facility, Five-Mile Point to Occanum and NY-17 Rehabilitation Or Reconstruction, Town of Kirkwood, Town of Windsor, Broome County (1997)

Environmental Impact Statement

RCF Towing is a local garage specializing in highway business as well as servicing the local residents. The structure is old but modernized and fully functional. The "territory" is fixed. Located on the state highway in the Project Area, business ...

Google previewFunctional Textiles for Improved Performance, Protection and Health (2011)

by N Pan, G. Sun

A common posture during towing is a prone, streamlined glide position with both arms extended overhead and feet together. Other postures can significantly increase the total hydrodynamic resistance. For instance, arms placed along the ...

Google previewAdvances in Safety Management and Human Factors (2014)

by Pedro Arezes, Paulo Carvalho

Towing is a common method of transport in many countries; heavy consignments are towed by large trucks to transport materials and goods over long distances. Smaller trailers are towed by using smaller trucks or cars. Different types of ...

Google previewHawaii Range Complex (2008)

Environmental Impact Statement

towing is an unusual event and the bridge watch and lookout positions will be manned by the most experienced crew members. d.

Google previewReforming Infrastructure (2004)

Privatization, Regulation, and Competition by Ioannis Nicolaos Kessides

Thus towing is a contestable activity. Unbundling—that is, separating activities that are naturally competitive or entail no structural impediments to contestability ( arguably most of the services and parts of port superstructure) from those with ...

Google previewDon Dimaio of La Plata (2013)

by Robert Arellano

Towing is a ten-million-a-year business in this city.

Google previewThe Visual Dictionary of Transportation - Transportation (2009)

by Ariane Archambault

towing hitch Device placed at the end of the tow bar, ...

Google previewDictionary of Transport Logistics (2005)

by David Lowe

Towing distance Applies when one vehicle tows another by means of rope/chain/ webbing strap, etc (but not when rigid two-bar used). Maximum distance between two vehicles must not exceed 4.5 metres. If distance exceeds 1.5 metres ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the U.S. Maritime Industry (2012)

by Kenneth J. Blume

A towing services company headquartered in New Orleans, Louisiana. Bisso Towing was founded in 1890 when Captain Joseph Bisso purchased the tug Leo. Over the next 15 years, Bisso's fleet grew to five tugboats and a river steamer.

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine: An IOC Medical Commission Publication, Biomechanics in Sport: Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention (2008)

by Vladimir Zatsiorsky

Method of Electromechanical Electromechanical Electromechanical Water flume towing with mobile with stationary with stationary carriage platform platform ...

Google previewA Naval Encyclopaedia: Comprising a Dictionary of Nautical Words and Phrases (1884)

Biographical Notices, and Records of Naval Officers; Special Articles on Naval Art and Science

TOWING—BBIDLB. A heavy chain or hawser to the bight of which a tow-line is attached, when one vessel is being towed by another. Towmo-noox. A large hook sometimes fastened to a towing-bridle, to which the tow-line is attached.

Google previewThe American and English encyclopaedia of law (1903)

by David Shephard Garland, James Cockcroft, Lucius Polk McGehee, Charles Porterfield

Steam Vessels Towing. — Steam vessels towing are required to carry, in addition to the colored side ...

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Scrabble value of T1O1W4I1N1G2

The value of this 6-letter word is 10 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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