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Meanings and phrases
- a tube in which a body fluid circulates; vas
- a craft designed for water transportation; watercraft
- an object used as a container (especially for liquids)
- a blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the body; artery; arteria
- a vessel in which blood circulates
- The catheter is inserted into the blood vessel through a clot.
- Sture died aged 40, probably due to a ruptured blood vessel in the brain.
- Finally, JX-594 reduces nutrient supply to tumors through blood vessel destruction.
- any of the minute blood vessels connecting arterioles with venules; capillary
- a ship designed to carry cargo; cargo ship
- A cargo vessel, with a crew of 23, ran aground near the harbour.
- The Dutch cargo vessel "Timca" was hired for the 2012/13 campaign.
- In 2005, the country had one merchant ship of over in service; a cargo vessel of .
- a cargo ship designed to hold containerized cargoes; container ship; containership
- a vessel intended for drinking
- a vessel for fishing; often has a well to keep the catch alive; fishing boat; fishing smack
- The yacht at one time was used as a fishing vessel.
- "Kalamalka" was sold in 1946 for conversion to a fishing vessel.
- During the operation the two vessels collided and the fishing vessel sank.
- a vascular duct that carries lymph which is eventually added to the venous blood circulation; lymphatic vessel
- a vascular duct that carries lymph which is eventually added to the venous blood circulation; lymph vessel
- a vessel that is powered by the wind; often having several masts; sailing ship
- He was a crew member on Englishman William Winnett's sailing vessel.
- The strait is a difficult and dangerous passage for a sailing vessel.
- Many Islanders became rich without ever setting foot on a sailing vessel.
- the ripened and variously modified walls of a plant ovary; pericarp
- a blood vessel that carries blood from the capillaries toward the heart; vein; vena
- a government ship that is available for waging war; warship; combat ship
- The patrol vessel is armed with two machine guns.
- The patrol vessel VMV 1 followed her on the journey.
- It was classed as an auxiliary patrol vessel.
- The German merchant vessel sank on 2 April.
- The ship was the 18-gun "Ovidor", a Portuguese merchant vessel.
- This was to be the boat's first and only attack on any Allied merchant vessel.
- He was assigned to the research vessel Terra Nova.
- The school operates the "F.G. Walton Smith" research vessel.
- She follows the naming of , China's first polar research vessel.
- The first vessel was commissioned on 21 July 2015.
- She is the first vessel to be named "Goose Bay".
- Delivery of the first vessel in the class is scheduled for 2021.
- The U-boat spent her career as a training vessel.
- The U-boat spent most of her career as a training vessel.
- It was later used as a training vessel and was stricken in 1919.
- Historically, this marked the first naval vessel equipped with radar.
- "Miguel Keith" was the first naval vessel named by Secretary Spencer.
- Named L.É Deirdre, it was the first naval vessel purpose-built in Ireland to patrol its waters.
- Practically speaking, these dryers are typically a large pressure vessel that is filled with salt crystals.
- Usually, bauxite ore is heated in a pressure vessel along with a sodium hydroxide solution at a temperature of .
- In conventional light-water reactor (LWR) designs, the entire fissile core is placed in a large pressure vessel.
- The "Guardião" was the first patrol vessel built to a Damen axe-bow design to be launched.
- "Hai Xia Hao" is a vessel built by InCat Australia in Hobart, Tasmania in 2002 as The Cat.
- Ackerman engaged to have this vessel built at Newbert & Wallace Shipyard in Thomaston, Maine.
- It is not every day we take over a new vessel."
- The new vessel is reported to cost about US$6 million (BDS$12 million).
- The new vessel was one of the first torpedo cruisers to be built by any navy.
- By October, another vessel had been captured and added to the small fleet.
- He sends out a communications signal which reveals another vessel in orbit.
- After a stopover at the Downs to collect more passengers from the village of Deal, she collided with another vessel.
- A large scale model was used for long shots showing the entire passenger vessel.
- "Prince George" was paid off as a hospital ship on 1 September and re-converted to a passenger vessel by her owners.
- MV Queen of Nanaimo MV "Queen of Nanaimo is a passenger vessel that was operated by BC Ferries from the time it entered service in 1964 until 2017.
- After the war she became a survey vessel, and then a quarantine ship.
- She served as a gunboat overseas until she became a survey vessel in 1888.
- She was recommissioned in 1948 after conversion to an oceanographic survey vessel.
- She was relatively small vessel, unable to cater to the expectations of the international market.
- As the ferry headed to Değirmendere, high waves raised by the storm blowing at rocked the small vessel.
- St Ives and Padstow are today small vessel ports with a major tourism and leisure sector in their economies.