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oceangoing

oh shuhn goh ing

  • s  used on the high seas

  • With more than 300 oceangoing vessels and a crew of nearly 30,000 men, Zheng He helped transform China into the region's, and perhaps the world's, 15th century superpower.
  • Mandarins decided that oceangoing voyages were a waste of time and money; soon the great naval shipyards in Nanjing had been broken up, and China retreated into a self-absorbed .
  • Once they exceed a pachydermous 250,000 tonsabout four times the size of the Queen Elizabeth 2, for example oceangoing oil carriers are classified as supertankers.
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  • Barbara Boxer in Long Beach Press-Telegram
    It's our duty to protect the health of our children, people with asthma and all the people of this community from ship and port pollution,Boxer said. "Oceangoing ships are subject to international standards, but these standards require...

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