The unit of magnetic field intensity equal to 1 dyne per unit pole.
Abbreviation for "Government Bill of Lading."
United Kingdom (Flag)
General Council of British Shipping
Greater Coasting Service.
Gross Domestic Product: The total value of goods and services produced by a nation over a given period, usually 1 year.
Abbreviation for "General Department Store Merchandise." A classification of commodities that includes goods generally shipped by mass-merchandise companies. This commodity structure occurs only in service contracts.
The general name for ropes, blocks and tackles, tools, etc. (things).
Ship equipped with her own cranes.
The most common use of the term 'gearing' is to describe the level of a company's debt compared.
The outer resin surface of a fiberglass boat, usually colored.
Old term for the boat used by the captain to go ashore.
(GATT)A trade agreement between a large number of countries, dating back to 1948, which was set up to.
A form of deterioration that is distributed more or less uniformly over a surface; See uniform corrosion.
The legal right for a creditor to seize the assets of a debtor to satisfy an outstanding.
In the US, this refers to a bond that is secured by a blanket mortgage on the issuing company's.
A municipal bond whose interest and principal payments are supported by the full faith and credit of.
When U.S. Customs orders shipments without entries to be kept in their custody in a bonded warehouse.
See 'personal equity.
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