Definition of Shore station
1. Noun. Military installation servicing naval forces.
Generic synonyms: Military Installation
Category relationships: Armed Forces, Armed Services, Military, Military Machine, War Machine
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Literary usage of Shore station
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings of the IRE. by Institute of Radio Engineers (1915)
"Later a commercial shore station was erected near the same spot and its antenna was ... A naval shore station was built near the same site in 1903, ..."
2. Journal of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States by Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, Association of Military Surgeons of the United States Meeting (1904)
"... or shore station, or, again, at that of a laborer, injured high up in an unfinished building, who is about to be removed to the street below by way of ..."
3. Compiled Statutes of the United States, 1913: Embracing the Statutes of the by United States, John Allan Mallory (1914)
"A sender on board a vessel shall, however, have the right to designate the shore station through which he desires to have his radiograms transmitted. ..."
4. The United Service (1904)
""The following is a suggested arrangement for the communications in a fire command: "From the examining vessel to every shore station collectively. ..."
5. International Law as Interpreted During the Russo-Japanese War by Frederick Edwin Smith Birkenhead, Norman Wise Sibley (1907)
"By means of an electric exciter it is possible to transmit messages from the shore station to a vessel. The experience of the Times' correspondent showed ..."
6. Federal Criminal Law and Procedure by Elijah Nathaniel Zoline (1921)
"Each shore station open to general public service between the coast and vessels at sea shall be bound to exchange radiograms with any similar shore station ..."
7. The Book of Radio: A Complete, Simple Explanation of Radio Reception and by Charles William Taussig (1922)
"... Shamrock and Columbia—Navy becomes interested—Installs several ship stations—First shore station at Atlantic Highlands—Present naval radio system—. ..."