1. A hole which does not pass completely through a workpiece. 2. A type of borehole that does not have the drilling mud or other circulating medium carry the cuttings to the surface.


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BULK CARRIER

Ship designed to carry cargo such as grain, woodchips, ore, coal, etc. in bulk

CONTAINER SHIP

A ship designed to carry containers as cargo.

GREAT LAKES SHIP

Cargo ship used to carry cargo on the Great Lakes. Most carry bulk cargoes of grain, iron ore or coal.

LIMBER HOLE

A small drain hole or slot in a frame or plate for the purpose of preventing water or oil from collecting

MAST

A tall vertical or raked structure, usually of circular section, located on the centerline of a ship and used to carry navigation lights, radio antennas and cargo booms

OBO SHIP

A multipurpose ship that can carry ore, dry bulk goods and oil.

PASSENGER SHIP

A ship authorized to carry more than twelve passengers.

PRODUCT CARRIER

A tanker used to carry refined oil products. Normally four different grades of oil can be handled simultaneously.

SCUPPER

Drains from decks to carry off accumulations of rainwater, condensation or seawater

BARGE CARRIERS

Ships designed to carry barges.

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