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Definition of the noun Portation
What does Portation mean as a name of something?
- [chiefly in combination] The act of carrying or transporting something; transportation
- [computing] The act of porting software between hardware or operating system platforms
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Environmental Impact Statement
Again, trans' portation is a key factor with air tenminals located to the north and east. Terrain ~ The greater part of Minot is situated in the Souris River Valley at an elevation of l,550 feet above sea level. The valley is edged by high bluffs to the ...
Starting Over in U.S. Schooling by Joanne Larson
While public trans- portation is an option for cheap and efficient mobility, it is not conducive to carrying several days' worth of groceries. One can only take a few grocery bags on a crowded city bus at any given time, forcing residents to select ...
Lawyers' Reports Annotated (1906)
portation is that other act of commerce which consists in the sale or exchange of the commodities to be transported, and that the effect of the statute under consideration is to regulate, obstruct, burden, and discourage such interstate commerce ...
American Machinist (1920)
The best, the fastest and the safest trans' portation is a national necessity at any cost. It is an imperative necessity of the industry 0f the Public. the business of the public and the bread and butter of the country that the American railwtl.v System ...
Containing Historical Remarks on the Interests, Connections, Forces, Revenues, Wealth, Credit, Debts, Taxes, Commerce, Manufactures, &c. of the Different States of Europe : Digested Alphabetically : ... Useful to the Gentleman, Merchant, and Farmer
portation, mod of which were lost by that measure; so that the revenue, which, all taken together, amounted before that measure to about twelve hundred thousand pounds a year, scarcely reaches that sum at present, although several new ...
Exporters' Encyclopaedia (1912)
The im– portation of useful seeds, plants, and animals will be encouraged and premiums Offered for the best results obtained in the agricultural and stock- raising ...
by Newton Bateman
portation. to. that. city. would. be. but. little. longer. than by way of the Rock Island road. The argument of the friends of the Chicago route prevailed, and at the conclusion, by unanimoun agreement, a committee was appointed to prepare and ...
by Toyin Falola, Ann Genova
CHRISTIANITY • 75 portation, or agriculture. However, children in Nigeria have also been targeted by human traffickers for the foreign sex trade and hard labor. In the past 10 years, human rights organizations have drawn international ...
by Christian Friderick Bay
portation of Commodiries. (hos een) an Attachment or Distress ofone's Goods, (giøre Jndførsel) to distrain or seize upon one's Goods. (J.- og Udførsel), Importation and Exportation.
by Nina Mjagkij
theLCHR conducted research projects to secure information and statistics about the states standard of living,education, government, economy, employment , housing, health,law enforcement, voting,poverty, laborrelations, and trans portation ...
The Star Trek Encyclopedia (2011)
by Michael Okuda, Denise Okuda, Debbie Mirek
SEE: biodart; Cretaceous Period; dilitus lobe; Distant Origin Theory; Earth; eryops ; Frola; Gegen, Forra; hadrosaur; Haluk; heresy; Hogan; Nekrit Supply Depot; Odala, Minister; portation; security access code; transwarp; vasodilation; Veer, ...
The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)
A Library of Universal Knowledge
see under Transportation and Communication, subsection Water Trans portation 546 Veterinary Science...
see under Trans portation and Communication 546 Waterways ...
A General Commercial Dictionary ... Second edition, with ... alterations and additions by W. Dickinson (1823)
by Thomas MORTIMER (Vice-Consul for the Austrian Netherlands.), William DICKINSON (of London.)
portation of. ~ Linen,v duties on exc. 40. Duties on brimstone for preparing oil of vitriol. ———- c. 41. smuggled goods sold by hawking. ——-— c. 42. hit: of Man, entry, landing, and shipping of goods. — c. 55. Malt imported into Great ...
The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art, literature, and practical mechanics, by the orig. ed. of the Encyclopaedia metropolitana [T. Curtis]. (1839)
by Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)
And, unless its value to 1 ndia stock 264 rope exceeded its value in America, by a Ditto bonds 1* P sufficient to cover the expenses attending m Exchequer lulls, 2d par 1 p portation, and to yield the ordinary rate of p Ditto small to. the importer, ...
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Video shows what portation means. The act of carrying or transporting something, transportation. The act of porting software between hardware or operating ...
Scrabble value of P3O1R1T1A1T1I1O1N1
The value of this 9-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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