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How to use towage in a sentence

We'll take all the cedar on your limit, in bolts on the river bank at market prices, less cost of towage to Vancouver.
THE HIDDEN PLACESBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
An' if I was you, I'd find out how much o' this two thousand dollars' towage he's goin' to distribute to his crew.
CAPTAIN SCRAGGSPETER B. KYNE
For the towage of pleasure boats it is occasionally used, though these upper regions are rarely indeed penetrated by tourists.
RIVERS OF GREAT BRITAIN. THE THAMES, FROM SOURCE TO SEA.ANONYMOUS
The flowage vastly increased the extent of the deadwater, slowing the logs of the independents, whose towage methods were crude.
JOAN OF ARC OF THE NORTH WOODSHOLMAN DAY
This we were told would demand the towage of the engine over the last three miles.
SIXTEEN MONTHS IN FOUR GERMAN PRISONSHENRY CHARLES MAHONEY
The problem has been solved by the introduction of the capstan navigation or towage.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT, NO. 484, APRIL 11, 1885VARIOUS
He was sure to get his own extortionate terms out of me for towage whether he frowned or smiled.
FALKJOSEPH CONRAD
Sailing-vessels, however, require only a short towage, the docks being scarcely a dozen miles from Chesapeake Bay.
COMMERCIAL GEOGRAPHYJACQUES W. REDWAY
I ain't goin' to stand for no kiddin', even if we are in a five-hundred-dollar towage bill.
CAPTAIN SCRAGGSPETER B. KYNE
See if you can't get the charterers to pay the towage over to her loading port.
CAPPY RICKS RETIRESPETER B. KYNE

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