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A waybill covering two or more consignments of freight.



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HITCHMENT B/L

B/L covering parts of a shipment which are loaded at more than one location. Hitchment B/L usually consists of two parts, hitchment and hitchment memo. The hitchment portion usually covers the majority of a divided shipment and carries the entire revenue.

HITCHMENT BILL OF LANDING

Bill of Landing covering parts of a shipment which are loaded at more than one location. Hitchment Bill of Landing usually consists of two parts, hitchment and hitchment memo. The hitchment portion usually covers the majority of a divided shipment and carries the entire revenue.

CASING

A covering of sheets of metal or other material such as fire resistant composition board used to enclose all or a portion of a steam-generating unit.

GATE

A circuit which has two or more input-signal ports and which delivers an output only if and when every input signal port is simultaneously energized. circuit; passive AND gate.

EDUCTOR

  1. An ejector-like device for mixing two fluids. 2. See ejector.

DOUBLE HOOKE'S JOINT

A universal joint which eliminates the variation in angular displacement and angular velocity between driving and driven shafts, consisting of two Hooke's joints with an intermediate shaft.

DIFFERENTIAL MANOMETER

An instrument in which the difference in pressure between two sources is determined from the vertical distance between the surfaces of a liquid in two legs of an erect or inverted U-shaped tube when each of the legs is connected to one of the sources.

GANTRY-TYPE ROBOT

A continuouspath, Cartesian-coordinate robot constructed in a bridge shape that uses rails to move along a single horizontal axis or along either of two perpendicular horizontal axes.

HERRINGBONE GEAR

The equivalent of two helical gears of opposite hand placed side by side.

PILLAR PRESS

A punch press framed by two upright columns; the driving shaft passes through the columns, and the slide operates between them.

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