Kearney had transshipped to a taxicab, which accounted for his earlier arrival.
She transshipped part of her cargo on my barge and floated next tide.
The cases of food were transshipped with frantic haste, and the boat returned.
He must copy these out on the bills of lading when he transshipped the goods and as he studied the lists he felt some surprise.
He also knew that, of the million and a half dollars' worth of supplies, less than one-sixth had ever been transshipped.
This made necessary large warehouses in which to store the transshipped goods.
Having brought it alongside, he transshipped himself awkwardly, then began to drive the dory in to the dock.
At the long wharves it is transshipped from the deep-water vessels, across forty feet of crazy wooden pier, to the river steamers.
If more be needed in the course of the voyage, it should be sent out from England and transshipped.
Some of it is transshipped to whale-boats and paddled up to Tshikapa, and the remainder continues in the wagons overland.