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He pointed to an immense dark grey vessel of about the tonnage of the Vaterland.
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It was to be payable on gross tonnage for mileage sailed both outward and homeward bound, according to speed.
They complain of our tonnage duty, but it is because it is not understood.
Marble imports from Italy constitute about two-thirds, both in tonnage and value, of all stone imported into the United States.
The sole problem is to cause the tonnage to be most directly and economically transported.
Our naval combatant fleet is three times its pre-Pearl Harbor tonnage.
The table, however, stopped short at the point where the gross tonnage of the vessels reached "10,000 and upwards."
It was accordingly arranged to allocate yards or separate sections of yards, so that one class of tonnage only would be produced.
Whereas, to banish all doubt, we go to the top of the scale for the tonnage, we take what we know to be the utmost.
Into battleships such as these should go the greater proportion of the tonnage a nation gives to its navy.

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