- n the work of taking something away in a cart or truck and disposing of it
- The Army says that by the end of this summer cargo cartage by air will be the biggest single development in the war effort.
- Because he was no longer a union man, to porters, pitchers, ticket collectors, out-goods and cartage men everywhere he traveled he was a sort of hot supercargo, a one-man .
- Cost to Gimbel's buyer: a tentative $50,000 plus cartage.
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- Streator gives green light to streetlight project
Streator's City Council Tuesday gave the green light to a cooperative agreement with Streator Elementary District 44 for a flashing yellow light project. The council awarded a contract to Tobey's Construction & Cartage, Inc. to install the lights on
July 10, 2013 - The Ottawa Times
- Peter Beattie in The Age
This could potentially save millions of dollars given the resource availability and reduced cartage costs,Mr Beattie told reporters in Brisbane.
- Anna Bligh in ABC Online
I am pleased to advise that the Cabinet Budget Review Committee has approved funding towards the cartage of water under the Urban Drought Water Program at an expected cost of $400,000 a month,Ms Bligh said. "We anticipate that this could...