Definition of Stranding
1. Verb. (present participle of strand) ¹
2. Noun. The act to strand. ¹
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Definition of Stranding
1. strand [v] - See also: strand
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Literary usage of Stranding
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Digest of the Law of Evidence on the Trial of Actions at Nisi Prius by Maurice Powell, Henry Roscoe (1891)
"A. Proof of stranding.'] The memorandum, usual in policies on goods, to protect the insurers from claim for loss on certain articles, ..."
2. Roscoe's Digest of the Law of Evidence on the Trial of Actions at Nisi Prius by Henry Roscoe, Maurice Powell (1884)
"If there be a stranding, then the policy applies, although the loss or injury to the excepted articles was not really caused by it. Wells \. ..."
3. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1890)
"[US] the evidence in this case the burden of proof is upon the plaintiff to show that the stranding of said steamer could not have been guarded against or ..."
4. A Practical and Elementary Abridgment of the Cases Argued and Determined in by Charles Petersdorff, Elisha Hammond (1831)
"It was for the defendant contended, that it must be a stranding from which a reasonable presumption arises that the cargo has been damaged. ..."
5. A Compendium of the Law of Merchant Shipping: With an Appendix Containing by Frederic Philip Maude, Charles Edward Pollock, Gainsford Bruce (1881)
"By the warranty of goods free from average, unless " the ship stranding. be stranded," the underwriters agree to ascribe the ..."
6. A Treatise on the Law of Insurance by Willard Phillips (1823)
"(8) 7 TR 210; Stev.on Av. P. 4. art. lp 208. that is, if the vessel be stranded, they become liable to pay all particular averages to which such stranding ..."
7. A Treatise on the Law of Insurance in All Its Branches: Especially Fire by George Richards (1909)
"Voluntary stranding.—In the United States the voluntary stranding of a ship when in peril is held to be a general average act, and that irrespective of the ..."
8. An Abridgment of the Law of Nisi Prius by Patrick Brady Leigh (1838)
"SECTION X. stranding. A stranding takes place when the ship, being driven by the What con- wind or sea, and taking the ground, remains stationary for some ..."