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Tugs sentence examples

  • Two more tugs and then she saw lights coming down the drive.

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  • In unfavourable conditions and for larger steamers tugs and lighters are employed.

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  • The boat and machine had drifted apart, and one of the tugs in its zeal to render assistance had fastened a rope to the frame of the machine in the reverse position from what it should have been attached, and had broken the frame entirely in two.

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  • A less important society is the Rumanian State Navigation Company, possessing a large flotilla of tugs and barges, which run to Budapest, where they have established a combined service with the South Danube German Company for the transport of goods from Pest to Regensburg.

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  • Sitting, she gave up on the jammed seatbelt after a few useless tugs.

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  • Visiting gliders, motor gliders and glider tugs are most welcome to visit.

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  • The emotive When I Close My Eyes tugs the heartstrings with the sorrowful line " boy it never ends.

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  • pusher tugs at Castleford.

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  • Its Middle Pier can take barges and small jack-up rigs alongside, and crew boats, small tugs and barge services can be provided.

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  • tilbury tugs and separate shaped girth.

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  • towed by these tugs.

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  • Our Tugs are fully equipped for deep sea towage & salvage operation, and have experienced and very proficient Crew.

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  • tugs on the rope, the diver can communicate at a basic level with the surface diver.

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  • tugs at the heart strings.

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  • She set out with 29 hands from Cardiff for Bombay with coals, initially being towed by two tugs.

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  • Almost immediately I felt the sharp biting tugs from the waiting fish.

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  • At the great distances of the Oort Cloud, comets can be affected by the gentle gravitational tugs of nearby passing stars.

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  • Early in 2001 BW were testing taking trains of boats through Standedge Tunnel using electric tugs.

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  • vessels towed by tugs did not need pilots.

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  • dry watercourses, locally called tugs, dissect the mountainous region.

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  • The sad sight of the laid up Hargreaves pusher tugs at Castleford.

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  • The fine pad has tilbury tugs and separate shaped girth.

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  • These same tugs would also work down the estuary from Sharpness to Avonmouth, towing only the larger dumb barges.

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  • A few Trows were still working on the river, they also would have been towed by these tugs.

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  • By making a series of tugs on the rope, the diver can communicate at a basic level with the surface diver.

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  • The music is stirring and tugs at the heart strings.

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  • They also suggested that vessels towed by tugs did not need pilots.

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  • Dry watercourses, locally called tugs, dissect the mountainous region.

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  • Latches and locks that are easy to install and use but sturdy enough to withstand pulls and tugs from children are good choices.

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  • After several days, however, the hairs seemed to fall right out rather than needing firm tugs when plucked.

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  • Using innovative technology, Braun eliminates the pain associated with hair that tugs or pulls.

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  • If your favorite girlhood shoe style still tugs on your heart whenever you see a pair, guess what?

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  • Purported to be someone writing to you from Nigeria (or another country - the country doesn't matter), the writer tugs at your heart strings and asks for help.

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  • When the lacing is completed, a few strong tugs will tighten the corset even more.

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  • Alex backed Ed between the tugs of the buggy and hitched him up.

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  • The difficulty of ascending the rapids near Bingen is usually surmounted by the help of steam hauling machinery placed on the bank, though powerful tugs have also come into use for this purpose.

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  • wide, a coaling station, and a small harbour for the tugs and other vessels belonging to the canal company.

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  • The season has been extended for a few days, in both spring and autumn, by the use of ice-breaking tugs at Fort William and Port Arthur, this service being organized by the government particularly to facilitate the movement of grain from the Canadian North-west.

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  • From Turnu Severin to Orsova navigation is confined to river steamers, tugs and barges drawing 6 ft.

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  • A Hungarian Navigation Company, subsidized by the state, has also been formed, and the Hungarian railways, the Servian government and private owners own a large number of tugs and barges.

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  • They are collected in fishing tugs and distributed by rail throughout the United States and Canada.

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  • Unhitch those tugs, Zeb, and set me free from the buggy, so I can fight comfortably.

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