Tonnages

Definitions of "Tonnages"

Plural form of tonnage. noun

The word "Tonnages" in example sentences

But the only way to move heavy tonnages is through it and bigger and more powerful Manhattans will do this. S.S. Manhattan's Northwest Passage Voyage—Observations by Canada's Representative

Import activity by the Brazilian states of Santa Catarina and Espirito Santo, which last year took advantage of tax breaks to import large tonnages of cheaper steel, also has fallen off, according to the analysts. Brazil Steel Imports to Fall on Weaker Demand

So anyone who is looking at needing to drop tonnages of fat, go see your GP first. Cheeseburger Gothic » Burger lite.

"Softer volumes than normal are now expected for coal haulage for quarter four, with downside risk of continuing wet weather and uncertainty around final customer tonnages." QR National Records Profit After Privatization

Exchange stores are the flophouses of the metals world: resting places for tonnages with nowhere else to go. Copper Enters the No-Fly Zone

I went for what I thought was a meat ball and salad sandwhich , but which was really an experiment in stress testing a garbage bin lid sized plate by overloading it with staggering tonnages of fries, fist sized lumps of meat, a few leaves of wilted lettuce, and a gallon of melted cheese. Cheeseburger Gothic » Transit Day.

The photosynthetic processes of healthy ecosystems remove vast tonnages of C02 from the atmosphere. Ron Dembo: The Day After the Al Gore Movie

The termination of Conops at three operations during the March 2008 quarter caused underground tonnages and, to some extent, the grade to drop due to the reduction of the labour force and, in some instances, transferring labour to other operations, Harmony said. ANC Daily News Briefing

The US sought to send the USNS Comfort and the USNS Mercy, hospital ships whose tonnages both exceeded 69,000 tons each, through the Turkish Straits but Turkey would not allow it. WAR WARNING

We have been appealing . . . for anyone to step forward to protect ships carrying WFP food into Somalia, especially now because in the coming months we need to double the tonnages that we bring into Somalia because the needs have gone up. Naval escort for UN food ships

The problem, we are told, arises from the government giving statutory incentives to recycle the highest possible tonnages, and garden waste collected for recycling gets subtracted at a rate of 100 percent from the amount of biodegradable waste a local authority is allowed to landfill. Compost for brains

The increase in piracy attacks is "coming at a time that we need to double the tonnages we're taking to Somalia every month," Mr. Smerdon said. Navy Shadows Pirated Ship Off Somalia

"The Accord calls for voluntary 15 percent energy saving within ten years but the progress is slow - it's complicated by complex mining conditions such as increasing depth, and this requires additional energy to produce the same tonnages," Morison said. ANC Daily News Briefing

Hours before Wednesday's announcement, around 100 vehicles were seized in mineral-rich Katanga province which were suspected of not declaring proper tonnages to customs, according to local press. ANC Daily News Briefing

DRC mining minister Martin Kabwelulu Labilo said the ban was imposed because of the poor monitoring of exports and checking of declarations of transport tonnages. ANC Daily News Briefing

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