Definition of Stopoff
1. a stopover [n -S] - See also: stopover
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Literary usage of Stopoff
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. National Drug Control Policy: Interdiction Efforts in Florida and the edited by J. Dennis Hastert (2001)
"... the use of the Cuban waters as a haven to go back into if they were being pursued, and the use of coastal freighters as a stopoff point ..."
2. National Transportation Statistics (1997) by Marilyn Gross, Richard Feldman (1998)
"Revenue from the transportation of freight and from the exercise of transit, stopoff, diversion, and reconsignment privileges, as provided for in tariffs. ..."
3. Heave-Ho: Phase Two by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1994)
"If you cannot realize, at some point along this finite journey stopoff, what is the energy resource ..."
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