Definition of Dockages

1. dockage [n] - See also: dockage



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dockages

dociler
docilest
docilities
docility
docimacy
docimastic
docimasy
docimology
docity
dock
dock-cress
dock-walloper
dock worker
dockable
dockage
dockages (current term)
docked
docken
dockens
docker
dockers
docket
docketed
docketing
docketing software
dockets
dockhand
dockhands
docking facility

Literary usage of Dockages

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1. Report of the Federal Trade Commission on the Grain Trade by United States Federal Trade Commission (1920)
"The overages or shortages in dockages or weights are reflected in the comparison of the net ... In order to determine loss or gain on dockages and weights, ..."

2. Water Terminal and Transfer Facilities: Letter from the Acting Secretary of by United States Army. Corps of Engineers (1913)
"This landing receives about 1000 dockages per year. The outgoing freight consists principally of ... This wharf receives about 2.000 dockages per year. ..."

3. Studies in the Marketing of Farm Products by Louis Dwight Harvell Weld (1915)
"In some cases returns show "dockages" for dirt or unusable potatoes. Some cases have been found where the dockages were unwarranted. ..."

4. Annual Report by Philadelphia (Pa.) Electrical Bureau, Philadelphia (Pa.) Mayor [Message] (1913)
"dockages are made for any light which does not burn at least six hours ... dockages are largely based on nightly reports rendered by the police officers. ..."

5. Studies in the Social Sciences by University of Minnesota (1915)
"In some cases returns show "dockages" for dirt or unusable potatoes. Some cases have been found where the dockages were unwarranted. ..."

6. The Canadian Law Times by Judicial Committee, Great Britain, Privy Council (1903)
"... and also dockages for dirt, etc., etc. The- contention on the part of the defendant is that the agreement or bargain in this case, which was verbal, ..."

7. The Marketing of Farm Products by Louis Dwight Harvell Weld (1916)
"cases, and that 36.4 per cent of all reinspections should have resulted in changes of the original grades or dockages. It is also an interesting fact that ..."

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