Governing International Fisheries Agreements
A transfer of an asset such as property or money etc from one person to another where no payment of.
In the US, a tax imposed by the federal government or state on the donor of a gift when the transfer.
A unit of power equal to 1 billion Watts; 1 million kilowatts, or 1,000 Megawatts.
A term used to designate an object for which the correct name has been forgotten.
Gilts are fixed income or index-linked bonds issued by the UK Government.
A system by which an object such as a compass is suspended so that it remains horizontal as the boat heels.
Sort of large pulley with sheave and steel block found on a derrick
A pole used to assist in raising a tower.
Gilded carving and scroll work decorating the hulls of ships.
See 'Government National Mortgage.
A drum of a windlass for heaving in line.
To haul in or bind something together in order to create more space.
Additional thickness of planking on a wooden ship about her waterline to give the vessel more stability.
Girobank was established in 1968 and known then as the National Girobank. It was set up by the Post.
The measurement around the body of a ship. The half girth is taken from the center line of the keel to the upper deck beam end.
For gauging purposes a transverse section including all longitudinal members such as plating, longitudinals and girders at the deck, side, bottom, inner bottom and longitudinal buklheads.
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German International Ship Register
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