Removing ingredients, pollutants, or contaminants from domestic and industrial gases.


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IMPOUNDING RESERVOIR

A reservoir with outlets controlled by gates that release stored surface water as needed in a dry season; may also store water for domestic or industrial use or for flood control. Also known as storage reservoir.

INTRACOASTAL

Domestic shipping routes along a single coast.

COASTWISE

Domestic shipping routes along a single coast.

INTERCOASTAL

Domestic shipping routes serving more than one coast.

FOREIGN TRADE ZONE

Known in some countries as a free zone, a foreign trade zone (FTZ) is a site within the USA (in or near a U.S. Customs port of entry) where foreign and domestic goods are held until they ready to be released into international commerce. If the final product is imported into the U.S., duties and taxes are not due until the goods are release into the U.S. market. Merchandise may enter a FTZ without a formal Customs entry or the payment of Customs duties or government excise taxes. In the zone, goods may

FTZ

Known in some countries as a free zone, a foreign trade zone (FTZ) is a site within the USA (in or near a U.S. Customs port of entry) where foreign and domestic goods are held until they ready to be released into international commerce. If the final product is imported into the U.S., duties and taxes are not due until the goods are release into the U.S. market. Merchandise may enter a FTZ without a formal Customs entry or the payment of Customs duties or government excise taxes. In the zone, goods may

COASTAL

Domestic shipping routes along the coast. (See Intercoastal and Intracoastal)

FIRST LIEUTENANT

1. In the Royal Navy, the senior lieutenant on board; responsible to the commanding officer for the domestic affairs of the ship's company. Also known as 'Jimmy the One' or 'Number One'. Removes his cap when visiting the mess decks as token of respect for the privacy of the crew in those quarters. Officer in charge of cables on the forecastle. 2. In the US Navy, the officer on a ship serving as the senior person in charge of all deck hands.

DOWN FEED SYSTEMS

A system where the incoming domestic water supply main provides suction to a booster pump that pumps water to a storage tank located at the top of the building. Water flows downward from the tank into the domestic water system.

UPFEED SYSTEM

A system in which domestic water supply enters the building in the basement and travels through horizontal pipes.

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