Thesaurus / transport


We like the snap-on seat and lid and the handle that slides over the top to lock everything in place, to minimize the potential for spillage and leakage during cleanup and transport.
The ministry said remote working was still the recommended practice, because of how it limits the spread of infection in the workplace and on public transport.
In some parts of the world people have started “flight-shaming,” that is, giving up air travel themselves and encouraging others to find alternative means of transport that are more climate-friendly.
The extensions “are highways for transport,” says Robert Grosse, a cell biologist at the University of Freiburg in Germany.
The platinum meshes serve as electrodes when voltage is applied, enabling the team to select different ions and adjust their transport rates independently.
NASA hopes that the new transports will help boost its ability to carry out research that can be done only in space.
They are excellent semiconductors and transport charge carriers very quickly, which has made them a promising option for replacing silicon, which is starting to hit fundamental physical limits.
In Wuhan, China, where the novel coronavirus started, more than 50 percent of transport workers were sidelined because of quarantine.
The improvement of transport still further swelled the volume of production.
The first of these will leave about the end of this week, and the other two will be sent as transport is available.


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