High-lift stacking truck capable of stacking and retrieving loads ahead and on either or both sides of the driving direction.


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PILOT HOLE

1. In metal-forming operations, a prepunched hole in a metal strip into which the pilot component of the die enters in order to assure precise registration of the strip at each work station. 2. A small hole drilled ahead of a larger borehole. 3. A hole drilled in a piece of wood to serve as a guide for a nail or a screw or for drilling a larger hole.

HEAD WIND

Wind from ahead of the vessel

AHEAD

Forward of the bow.

AHEAD REACH

The distance traveled by a vessel proceeding ahead at full power from the time the engines are reversed until she is at full stop.

FORWARD OF THE BEAM

Any direction between broad on the beam and ahead

DROP BACK

To increase the distance to the vessel ahead by reducing one ́s own speed

OCCLUDED FRONT

A composite of two fronts, formed when a cold front overtakes a warm front or stationary front. This is common in the late stages of wave-cyclone development, but is not limited to occurrence within a wave-cyclone. There are three basic types of occluded front, determined by the relative coldness of the air behind the original cold front to the air ahead of the warm (or stationary) front. A cold occlusion results when the coldest air is behind the cold front. The cold front undercuts the warm front and, at the earth’s surface, cold air replaces less-cold air. When the coldest air lies ahead of the warm front, a warm occlusion is formed in which case the original cold front is forced aloft at the warm-front surface. At the earth’s surface, cold air is replaced by less-cold air. A third and frequent type, a neutral occlusion, results when there is no appreciable temperature difference between the cold air masses of the cold and warm fronts. In this case frontal characteristics at the earth’s surface consist mainly of a pressure trough, a wind-shift line, and a band of cloudiness and precipitation. Commonly called OCCLUSION. Also called FRONTAL OCCLUSION.

SIDE LIGHTS

Running lights placed on the sides of a vessel, green to star- board and red to port, showing an unbroken light over an arc of the horizon from dead ahead to 22.5° abaft the beam.

ALL FOURS MOORING

Anchoring a vessel with two chain cables ahead and two chain cables astern.

BOW STOPPER

A device fitted to the deck ahead of the windlass, to prevent the anchor chain from moving out on its own, or to take the strain off the windlass when the vessel is riding to its anchor.

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