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Pitt State Cav. Desarea Harvey Shot Put Weight Throw High Jump 1. Pole Vault Pitt Classic Cav. Indoor Performances 60 Meters Ryan Beard 7. JC Night Cavalier Inv. Cav Open. Cavalier Inv. Cav Open Cavalier Inv. NQM Pitt Cl. Cav Open JC Night. Williams Ellis, Wayne Coen, E. Hanson, Wayne Bailey, C. Williams, Ellis C. Williams, E. Williams Almloff, Beard. JC Night. Their time of Sophomore javelin thrower Lexi Pint St. Of those 20, two were first place medals. The two gold medalists for the Lady Cavaliers were Lexi Pint in the javelin, and Brook Dotson in the 3,meter steeplechase.

She was the only JCCC athlete to make all-region. Coen also turned in third place performances in the 1,meters and 4x relay. Other third-team all-conference performances came from Alexis Almloff in the 10,meters; Ellis in the meters, Aby Smidt in the 5,meters, Kayla VerMulm in the javelin, Kelly Vogel in the pole vault and Amanda Whitney in the hammer.

Tess Augustyn Hammer Grizzly Inv. Jana Kotzman Javelin Justine Paton High Jump Javelin Lara Spaulding High Jump Kayla VerMulm Javelin Tabor Inv. WJ Open Grizzly Inv. They were 16th out of 26 teams. Both their distance medley and 4x teams also garnered Coaches AllAmerican. Derek Yoch placed fourth in the pole vault posting a season-best mark of feet, 1-inch, and Alexander Guiterrez was fifth in the high jump with a mark of 6-feet, 6. Malik Jefferson put in a strong effort in the heptathlon. He placed eighth overall with 4, points. He also posted season-best marks in the meter dash and shot put during the competition.

Overall, the men four champions and 22 all-conference performers. Sophomore Rashard Young and sophomore Malik Jefferson both won conference and region medalist honors in their events. Young was champion Jefferson in the meter run with a time of Jefferson was champion of the most grueling event, the heptathlon. He finished first with 4, points, the most recorded in JCCC history. Jefferson also posted a third place conference finish in the pole vault.

Young also earned second-team conference honors running legs on the 4x and distance medley relays. The DMR team also place second in the region. Allen also earned second-team conference honors in the meters Muema raced to a conference championship in the mile run, fishing with a winning time of That also earned him a runner-up finish in the region.

He also placed third and sixth respectively in the 1,meter run Another distance runner, freshman Edgar Renteria, raced to a first place finish in the 5,meters Those times also earned third place finishes in the region. Sophomore Derek Yoch earned second-team all-conference and all-region finishing second in the pole vault, clearing Sophomore jumper Alexander Gutierrez cleared That was his second-best effort of the indoor indoor campaign.

Sophomore T. Kimbrough-French, freshman Ryan Anderson, freshman Cyrus Muema and sophomore Joel Almloff raced to a third place finish with a time of Cav Inv. Matthew Bauer High Jump Long Jump Shot Put Pole Vault 4. Alexander Gutierrez High Jump Josh Washington High Jump Indoor Performances 60 Meters Roy Bay 6. PSU Inv. Kimbrough-French Malik Jefferson Pitt Classic Cavalier Inv. Triple Jump Yousef Alagha Gabriel Lineberry Distance Medley Chy. Muema, Young Allen, Schmdit Chy. Muema, Kieborz Allen, Renteria Chy. Muema, Kieborz Allen, Renteria.

Muema Allen, Renteria Muema, Renteria Allen, Young Meuma Muema, Bay. High Jump Alexander Gutierrez NQM Alexander Gutierrez Malik Jefferson 1. Pole Vault Derrick Yoch 4. NQM Malik Jefferson Long Jump Yousef Alagha Yousef Alagha The Overland Park, Kan. His effort also earned in Coaches All-American by finishing among the top six American finishers in the event.

Washington cleared a career-best 6-feet, He placed eighth overall, clearing personal-best feet, 2-inches 4. Schmidt won the 3,meter steepechase with a time of He also earned All-Region VI, placing third. Renteria captured a conference championship in the 5,meter run, posting a winning time of Grissom, Gutierrez and the 4x relay team posted runner-up finishes. Grissom was second in the both the conference and region in the javelin. Gurierrez placed second in both championships in the high jump. That team also placed third in the region. Carter Grissom Javelin Nicholas Hocking Discus Kimprough-French T.

Individually, member schools have long been respected for successes both in its classrooms and its stadiums. In addition, 16 of its 19 members have won at least one national championship, and 13 have won two or more. At the Olympics, former Barton County athletes earned a total of seven medals, including three gold medals. Four years later in , Campbell again took gold in the meters, and former Barton County track stars Aaron Armstrong and Leevan Sands also earned Olympic hardware. In at the U. Olympic Trials, Gay set an American record in the meters.

He was clocked in a time of 9. A day later he posted a wind-aided 9. In , Gay became just the third athlete in history to claim both the meter and meter world titles. He also anchored the USA 4x relay that won gold. Segui and Kevin Young combined for 27 years of service, 2, hits and home runs at the Major League level.

The Jayhawk Conference has also made an impact in the NFL, with over former players having played for all 32 teams in the league. Former Jayhawk Conference basketball players have also had an impact on professional basketball. In , former Barton County center Alek Radojevic made history when he was selected in the first round by the Toronto Raptors with the 12th pick overall.

Several former athletes also went on to pro career in sports different from what they played while attending KJCCC schools. Pollard has played 12 seasons at a tight end in the NFL. Douglas is a former undisputed world heavyweight boxing champion, and scored the biggest upset in the history of the sport by knocking out Mike Tyson in in Tokyo. Fritz was the U. He also hit the game-winning shot to give Hutchinson the national basketball title.

Organized in , the Jayhawk Community College Conference arose out of the special needs of Kansas community colleges to create an organization which would further the best interests of intercollegiate athletics. Thirteen years later, the name as it is known today, the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference was adopted.

Composed of five members at the onset, the conference has changed its makeup several times. Long respected as the leader in academics and athletics in the NJCAA, the conference today has grown to a membership of 19 community colleges from the state of Kansas, divided into two divisions, the East and West. Seven individuals have held the title of commissioner.

Bryce Roderick, the current commissioner, is serving his 13th year at the helm. Roderick began his service as commissioner in July of , succeeding Bennie Lee. He served one year as his assistant before taking the helm. He is the seventh individual to hold the office of commissioner. His leadership has also led to streamlining the championship bid process and significant improvement to officiating at national championships. In , he was awarded the George E. Killian Award of Excellence. This award is given to individuals dedicated to the ideals of volunteerism, achievement, service, leadership and excellence.

A former official for multiple sports — including track and field, football and wrestling — Roderick was inducted into the Kansas Collegiate Officials Hall of Fame in and formerly was a member of the USA Track and Field Board of Directors. Iola, Kan. Red Devils National Affiliation. East Jayhawk Region Affiliations. John Masterson Athletic Director. Doug Desmarteau Website. Vince Degrado Alma Mater. Southwestern College Email. Ryan Pulsifer. In seasons the Allen men completed the conference triple crown, winning the cross country, indoor and outdoor Jayhawk East championships. Doug Desmarteau Phone.

Harry Kitchener Alma Mater. Kansas State Email. Ted Schmitz Alma Mater. Kansas State University Email. Drew Mahin Assistant Coach. Angela Hart. Great Bend, Kan. Royal Blue and Light Gold Mascot. Cougars National Affiliation. Carl Heilman Athletic Director. Trevor Rolfs Website. David Schenek Alma Mater. Clemson University Email. Tony Davis Assistant Coach. Javier Ceja. El Dorado, Kan.

Purple and Vegas Gold Mascot. Grizzlies National Affiliation. Kimerly Krull Athletic Director. Todd Carter Website. Ryan Turner Alma Mater. SouthwesternCollege Email. Josh Phillips Assistant Coach. Greg Franklin Assistant Coach. Kelsey Poljansek. Todd Moore Phone. Concordia, Kan. Thunderbirds National Affiliation. Danette Toone Athletic Director. Matt Bechard Website. Craig Perry Alma Mater. Oklahoma State Email. Brad Weber Phone. Colby, Kan. Blue and White Mascot. Trojans National Affiliation.

Seth Carter Athletic Director. Ryan Sturdy Website. Cameron Rieth Alma Mater. Fort Hays State Email. Doug Johnson Phone. David Wilson Phone. Ryan Turner spent five years as head cross country coach at the University of Houton. During that time, he became the first and only head cross country coach in Houston history to coach both a make and female NCAA cross country national qualifier.

Matt Jacobs Phone. Coffeyville, Kan. Red and White Mascot. Red Ravens National Affiliation. Linda Moley Athletic Director. Jeff Leiker Website. Cowley College Enrollment. Dennis Rittle Athletic Director. Northwest Missouri State Email. Kevin McDougal Assistant Coach. Courtney Gouglar. He won 14 of the possible 16 indoor and outdoor conference titles, and had eight teams finish in the top 10 nationally. Highland, Kan. Scotties National Affiliation. Dave Reist Athletic Director. Tyler Nordman Website. Dodge City, Kan. NA Founded. Purple and Gold Mascot. Conquistadors National Affiliation. Don Woodburn Athletic Director.

Casey Malek Website. Garden City, Kan. Brown, Gold and White Mascot. Broncbusters National Affiliation. Herbert J. Swender Athletic Director. Ryan Ruda Website. Cole Ballard Alma Mater. Melanie Smith. Raymond Putnam Alma Mater. NA Assistant Coach. Doug Marshall. Matthew Kinney Phone. Dan Delgado Phone. Blue Dragons National Affiliation. Chanute, Kan. Panthers National Affiliation. Brian Inbody Athletic Director. Mike Saddler Website. Tom Bond Alma Mater. NA Email. Oklahoma Chrsitan Email. Shareesa Hicks Alma Mater.

North Carolina-Charlotte Email. Antwon Hicks Assistant Coach. Megan Pohlman. Jerre Cole Phone. Steve Carpenter Phone. Mike Saddler Phone. Marisa Compton Phone. Goodland, Kan. Mavericks National Affiliation. Indpendendent Region Affiliations. Guy E. Mills Athletic Director.

Brad Bergsma Website. Pratt, Kan. Royal Blue and White Mascot. Beavers National Affiliation. Michael Calvert Athletic Director. Brian Wilson Website. Benjamin Foust Alma Mater. Iowa State University Email. Adam Jantzi. Josh Harden Alma Mater. Caitlyn Ziegler Phone. Travis McGuire Phone. She also became the first female chief executive of any national intercollegiate athletic association in the United States. Leicht oversees all business and day-to-day operations of the second-largest intercollegiate athletic association in the country. The NJCAA is the only national governing body of intercollegiate athletics for two-year colleges and its current membership of institutions is second only to the NCAA.

She assisted with the development of a divisional competition structure for 28 different sports and was instrumental in the comprehensive overhaul of eligibility regulations. She has championed improvements in equity of sports seasons, scholarships, and contests as well as qualifying standards for NJCAA championship events. Leicht was a four-year letter winner in basketball at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, receiving a B.

She went on to obtain a M. Krug began his education at Central Christian where he was a two-year letterman on the baseball team, serving as team captain in his sophomore season. He continued at Northern Arizona where he earned his degree in electronic media. While at Wyoming, he served as a graduate assistant in the athletic media relations office. Teague coordinates the day-to-day operations of the NJCAA media relations department, including press releases and news stories for the NJCAA website, social media, NJCAA stats system and stat-entry procedures, nomination and selection of processes for national awards procedures for national tournament seeding and weekly rankings.

Teague earned his bachelor of science in university studies with minors in sport management and communications. Additionally, Hutchinson, Kan. Record Record Holder 6. Manhattan, Kan. Lubbock, Texas Manhattan, Kan. Charelston, Ill. Carbondale, Ill. Lubbock, Texas Warren, Mich. Champaign, Ill. Lubbock, Texas. Location Lubbock, Texas Manhattan, Kan. Charleston, Ill. Event Record Record Holder 55m dash 6.

College Kansas City Kan. Levelland, Texas Edwardsville, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Edwardsville, Ill. Levelland, Texas Chicago, Ill. Levelland, Texas Coffeyville, Kan. Levelland, Texas. Barton Community College, Kan. Mesa Community College, Ariz. Essex County College, N. CC of Allegheny County, Pa.

New Mexico Junior College, N. Meridian Community College, Miss. Women Outdoor Champions Year Compton College, Calif. Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Phoenix College, Aria. Marti Cisper, possibly one of the greatest female athletes to come through Johnson County Community College, helped establish what is now one of the top community college track and field programs in the country. Cisper competed for JCCC during the and track seasons.

Cisper garnered 11 all-American honors during two seasons, but her performance at the NJCAA Outdoor Championship is clearly one of the top individual efforts in the events history. She won national championships in three events; the heptathlon, high jump and long jump. Her marks in those events still rank among the top five all-time in school history. She also holds the school record in each of those events. In addition to her success nationally, Cisper captured six Region VI event titles and at the outdoor conference championship, she came away winning five events.

National Coach of the Year. In addition to producing national caliber individuals, Burgess was able to mold nationally competitive teams. In , Burgess became the first coach to capture a conference triple crown and last year he did it again. In addition, JCCC won 10 region titles and 46 teams finished among the top nationally, 15 of those teams were among the top-five. In , Burgess experienced the ultimate for a coach, winning a national championship. Burgess has also been extremely active on both the regional, national and international levels of his sport.

He also served as an assistant coach at the Deaf Olympics in Sofia, Bulgaria. In , Panek put together a tremendous season. She entered the season ranked among the top performers in the hammer throw. Panek also won a conference and region title in the hammer in Her freshman year, Panek won a conference championship in the discus.

Anderson raced to medalist honors in the mile run, 3,meter run and 5,meter run, tying Marti Cisper for the most national titles in a single meet. Earlier in the season, Dennis was the national champion at the Indoor Championships. Because of her small-town upbringing, she learned the value of community and helping others.

She concluded her honors program in the spring of semester with a 3. Honored by the NJCAA in June for her academic achievements, McDougald was one of just student-athletes across the nation to receive the Superior Academic Achievement Award — the second-highest academic honor an individual can achieve in the association.

As an international and environmental studies major, her college affiliations and community work focused on a greener, better world, including:. McDougald also traveled to Russia as part of a U. State Department-sponsored exchange program for college students interested in environmental issues. All-American athlete Despite the numerous accolades McDougald received off the field, she was just as exceptional on it.

She also earned indoor second-team All-East Jayhawk Conference in the shot put with a runner-up finish, and outdoors was the conference champion and region runner-up in the javelin, which earned her first-team All-EJC and second-team All-Region VI. To be recognized for more than athletics is a credit to the inspiring individuals I have had the opportunity to study, work, train and serve with here at the college and community. Left: Marti Cisper won national championships in the heptathlon, high jump and long jump at the outdoor championships, which earned her the NJCAA outstanding female athlete honor.

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A bill of lading issued by a carrier declaring that the goods have been received in an appropriate condition, without the presence of defects. A line painted on a hull which shows the point to which a ship sinks when it is properly trimmed. The period after a ship is launched during which all the remaining construction of the ship is completed and she is readied for sea trials and delivery to her owners. A flat surface attached behind or underneath the stern used to control the direction that the boat is traveling.

To formally take a naval vessel out of active service, after which the vessel is said to be out of commission or decommissioned. ATON Any device external to a vessel or aircraft specifically intended to assist navigators in determining their position or safe course, or to warn them of dangers or obstructions to navigation. A watertight box built against the hull of the ship communicating with the sea through a grillage, to which valves and piping are attached to allow water in for ballast, engine cooling, and firefighting purposes.

A boat that has foils under its hull onto which it rises to plane across the water surface at high speed. Is a line that goes round a small barrel, abaft the barrel of the wheel, and coming to the front beam of the poop-deck, moves the tell-tale with the turning of the wheel, and keeps it always in such position as to show the position of the tiller. A unit of power equal in the United States to watts; nearly equivalent to the English gravitational unit of the same name that equals foot-pounds of work per second.

The process of obtaining oil from a seed or other source by the use of an organic solvent usually hexane is termed extraction. A boat that is letting herself be subjected to prevailing conditions without the use of sails or other devices. Adverse effects on aquatic organisms that occur largely from continuous long-term exposure to a chemical or other potentially toxic material or agent, along or in combination, but where the exposure time covers only a portion of the life cycle lifespan of the aquatic species tested or exposed naturally.

Glass fibers either loose or woven, reinforced with resin and used in the construction of many boats. In simple terms, physical refining may be defined as free fatty acid removal by the action of high temperature, high vacuum and with live steam applied directly to the oil. A bag in which a spinnaker or other large sail can be stowed with the lines attached so that it can be rapidly raised.

So-called clean fuels are among the instruments introduced by EU Member States to combat air pollution problems arising from increases in road transport. A carrier which has a direct physical connection with, or forms a link between two or more carriers. The property of fat molecules to exist in multiple crystalline structures; identified as alpha, beta and beta prime.

Cohort: In a clinical study, a well-defined group of subjects or patients who have had a common experience or exposure and are then followed up for the incidence of new diseases or events, as in a cohort study. A propeller mounted on a rigid shaft protruding from the hull of a vessel, usually driven by an inboard motor;. A receipt for goods issued by a carrier with an indication that the goods were damaged when received. The bank that adds its confirmation to another bank's the issuing bank's letter of credit and promises to pay the beneficiary upon presentation of documents specified in the letter of credit.

Free Alongside Ship named port of shipment The seller must place the goods alongside the ship at the named port. Any ship which is not required by treaty or statute to be equipped with radiotelecommunication equipment. Also known as dry barrels or electric barrels, these units trade in the futures or other non-physical markets. Lights that are separated in distance so that when they are lined up with one behind the other they provide a bearing.

A square bar of wood or iron, with shoulders at one end; it is used to support the weight of the topmast, when erected at the head of a lower mast. A document, certified by a consular official, is required by some countries to describe a shipment. The part of the pier or quay which is between the enclosed structure and the edge, upon which cargo is unloaded.

A tapered wooden tool used for separating the strands of rope for splicing or A bar used to fix an upper mast in place. A demand made upon a transportation line for payment on account of a loss sustained through its alleged negligence. A protective cover wrapped around the mast at the deck on a keel stepped boat to prevent water from entering the boat. The warehouse or public stores to which samples of imported goods are taken to be inspected, analyzed, weighed, etc.

Type of small, inshore saltwater fishing boat with moderate deadrise and draft, usually equipped with a raised platform aft used by a guide pushing a long pole to silently manoeuver the boat through shallow tidal water. Rules of the road that provide guidance on how to avoid collision and also used to assign blame when a collision does occur. Submerged Crude Oil Storage - This Teekay-designed system stores crude oil underwater in an inflatable balloon-type structure made of a flexible polyester fabric, with a coating impervious to seawater and oil.

Methanol, a colorless alcohol, is a chemical used in the production of formaldehyde, acetic acid and methyl methacrylate MMA , and is used as a solvent in many applications. The height from the lowest part of the hull inside the ship, at its midpoint, to the ceiling that is made up of the uppermost full length deck.

A specialised vessel designed for catching or processing whales or A person engaged in the catching or processing of whales. Unscrupulous exploitation of tenants in the Notting Hill area of London in the s and s, landlord Peter Rachman built up a property empire, using mansion blocks for multi-occupation. A horizontal timber attached to the outboard standards on the sides of the Sterncastle of the Mary Rose, to which rigging ropes were tied.

The lower unit of a stern-drive motor that houses the drive gears and to which the propeller fastens. The quality of a ship, which, for want of a sufficient ballast, is rendered incapable of carrying sail without being exposed to danger. It melted from the heat of the body releasing the aroma of choice.

When the bow of a sailboat is headed into the wind and the boat has stalled and is unable to maneuver. A person or firm who enters into a contract with a shipowner for the transportation of cargo or passengers for a stipulated period of time, i. A description for the relative slackness of an anchor cable; this term means that the cable is slack and hangs vertically down from the hawse.

A line drawn to indicate both the direction and magnitude of a force, such as leeway or a current. Pointing the ship towards the direction of the wind; generally not the fastest point of travel on a sailing vessel. Direction between astern and abeam is 'on the quarter' the corner between the gunwhale and the transom on each side. Thin flexible strips of wood or plastic inserted into slots in the mainsheet to help it form its shape. Founded in , it is the largest farmers' association in England and Wales, championing the interests of British farmers and growers and providing them with professional representation and services.

A large rope or cable -- usually more than 5 inches 13 centimeters in diameter -- used to tow or moor a ship or secure it at a dock. Butyraldehyde is a clear, colorless, flammable liquid, used chiefly as an intermediate in the manufacture of resins. Polyunsaturated fatty acids exhibiting pairs of unsaturated carbons not separated by at least one saturated carbon. A boat with wing-like foils mounted on struts below the hull, lifting the hull entirely out of the water at speed and allowing water resistance to be greatly reduced.

A sailing ship underway could only be brought to an emergency standstill by dropping the anchors, creating a rather jaring stop. Imaginary lines drawn through the north and south poles on the globe used to measure distance east and west. A large piece of timber fastened to the stern-posts, to the ends of which the afterpart of the bends are fastened.

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Old rope no longer able to take a load, it was cut into shorter lengths and used to make mops and mats. To climb steadily upwards, from the motion of a sailor climbing shrouds on a sailing ship originally "hand over hand". The construction system employed in container vessels; permits ship containers to be stowed in a vertical line with each container supporting the one above it.

The tide with the least variation in water level, occurring when the moon is one quarter and three quarters full. Previous terms eliminated from Incoterms DEQ — Delivered Ex Quay named port of delivery This is similar to DES, but the passing of risk does not occur until the goods have been unloaded at the port of destination.

Warships many times had their foresails or jib sails cut thinly so that they could maintain point and not be blown off course. A chartering term indicating the time a chartered vessel is no longer attracting a daily fixture rate. Acronym for the British Anti-Submarine Detection Investigation Committee; the name given to a device housed under the hull of an anti-submarine vessel and used in detecting the presence of submerged submarines.

Ship Stability: an axis drawn through the body of the vehicle from tail to nose in the normal direction of movement, or the direction the pilot faces. Maximum Continuous Rating - Maximum warranted power an engine can sustain under continuous operation. Refers to either a chemical or thermal burn, the former may be caused by corrosive substances and the latter by liquefied cryogenic gases, hot molten substances, or flames. Vertical pins that serve to hinge the rudder to the vessel and allow it to swing left and right. A fitting around the propeller shaft to keep the bearing lubricated and to keep water out of the boat.

British term for a room located in the interior of a ship containing computers and other specialised equipment needed to calculate the range and bearing of a target from information gathered by the ship's spotters and range finders. A pair of fluid-filled, usually water, tanks mounted on opposite sides of a ship below the waterline. Articles packed so that one rests partially or entirely within another, thereby reducing the cubic—foot displacement.

A seagoing vessel capable of carrying oil, gas or chemicals in bulk, whether it be a barge or ship. The situation of a ship when driven by accident across the fore-part of another, whether they touch or are at a small distance from each other, the transverse position of the former is principally understood. Large squared off stone used with sand for scraping clean wooden decks or, derived from bearing, a direction as in "How does she bear". A device designed for a fishing boat that bolts to the cockpit floor or is incorporated into a bench seat.

Customs form permitting in—bond cargo to be moved from one location to another under Customs control, within the same Customs district. A wire extending out from high up the mast, down the side of the boat, to allow the crew or helm to clip onto using a harness, and lean out, putting more weight outside of the boat than would usually be possible.

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A frame with wheels and container locking devices in order to secure the container for movement. A bearing relative to the direction of the ship: the clockwise angle between the ship's direction and an object. Delivered at Place named place of destination Seller pays for carriage to the named place, except for costs related to import clearance, and assumes all risks prior to the point that the goods are ready for unloading by the buyer.

A cylinder used to carry rotating machine parts, such as pulleys and gears, to transmit power or motion. The strength and direction of the actual wind blowing. While sailing, the true wind is never felt - it is always a combination of the true wind, and the boat's speed called the apparent wind , and it is always a little forward to the true wind. Adverse effects produced by a substance or conversion products after absorption into, and circulation by, the blood stream. To put in place of another; i. An association of ship owners operating in the same trade route who operate under collective condi- tions and agree on tariff rates.

Weight of a volume of pure vapor or gas with no air present compared to the weight of an equal volume of dry air at the same temperature and pressure.

FiFi 1 is the lowest category, and the minimum requirements include two monitors, one to two fire pumps and water pumping capacity of 10, gpm. A wave that approaches shallow water, causing the wave height to exceed the depth of the water it is in, in effect tripping it.

The anchor is said to come home when it loosens from the ground by the effort of the cable, and approaches the place where the ship floated at the length of her moorings. Consists of a hook with several prongs arranged for clutching; also known as Grappling Hook; a small anchor with several arms used for dragging. Flexibility in the quantity of a stem, usually expressed as a small percentage of the stern's nominal size.

Ore Bulk Oil Carrier-ship for transporting bulk cargo such as coal and grain, and high-density cargoes such as iron ore, as well as crude petroleum products. The situation of a ship left aground on the height of a spring-tide, so that she cannot be floated till the return of the next spring-tide. A general term for buried combustible geologic deposits of organic materials occurring within the Earth's crust, that can be used as a source of energy. A large destroyer suitable for commanding a flotilla of destroyers or other small warships; a type of flotilla leader.

To move a vessel by hauling on a line or cable that is fastened to an anchor or pier; especially to move a sailing ship through a restricted place such as a harbor. When a ship is at anchor, and the wind, being against the tide, is so strong as to overcome its power, and keep the ship to leeward of her anchor, she is said to be WIND-RODE. The block attached to the top or head of the boom, also called the cargo block, and sometimes referred to as gin block. Aromatics are a highly reactive group of hydrocarbons with unsaturated rings of carbon atoms, producing a great variety of products.

Lowest value of a corrosion potential at which pit initiation is possible in a passive surface in a given corrosive environment. This small building is built to celebrate the labor of goddess Hathor to her child, the Pharaoh, as she was considered mother of the kings and in turn they were imbibing divinity from her. West Texas Intermediate - A type of crude oil which is normally referenced in Western reports on oil prices.

A warship designed with a primary mission of deploying and recovering aircraft, acting as a seagoing airbase. A letter of credit, issued by a foreign bank, whose validity has been confirmed by a domestic bank. Stout horizontal pieces of timber, supported by strong verticals, that extend deep into the ship. The portion of the vessel behind the middle area of the vessel or Towards the stern of the vessel or Behind the vessel.

The system of rules that takes effect when the military take control of the normal administration of justice. Two or more substances that have identical molecular formulas but different molecular structures or configurations, and hence different properties, are called isomers.

A thick oxide coating formed on the steel when heated, e. The tops of a ship's frames; the transverse strengthening members in a ship's hull that extend from the keel to the deck or gunwhale. Inland Point Intermodal: Refers to inland points non—ports that can be served by carriers on a through bill of lading.

Navigational instrument showing the direction of the vessel in relation to the Earth's geographical poles or magnetic poles. The act of enclosing any part of a hostile fleet between two fires, or of cannonading it on both sides. A plastic which is solid when cold, but which may flow and be re-formed multiple times with the application of heat. A stabilizer is a substance added to another substance to prevent an alteration of its physical state.

A sail control that lets one apply downward tension on a boom, countering the upward tension provided by the sail. The occupational exposure is a standard term that concerns adult workers in good health, with a possible exposure of 8 hours per day, 5 days a week, 11 months per year. Internaitonal Commercial Terms: A list of standard contract terms which specify the obligations for the delivery of goods in International Contracts particularly traded commodities. Letter of credit in which the specified payment is guaranteed by the bank if all terms and conditions are met by the drawee and which cannot be revoked without joint agreement of both the buyer and the seller.

An ancient Egyptian festival for the king to rejuvenate and prove himself as a potent ruler, usually after 30 years of his rule. A three- or four-masted sailing ship used by Western Europeans in the Atlantic Ocean from the 15th through the early 17th century. The sides of the top deck which act as a railing around the deck, and have openings where heavy arms or guns are positioned. The term refers to the solid fraction of an oil obtained by filtration or centrifugation after the oil has been crystallised at a controlled temperature.

One of a family of traditional paddled long boats of various designs and sizes found throughout Asia, Africa and the Pacific Islands. Sail on a ketch or yawl, usually lightweight, set from, and forward of, the mizzen mast while reaching in light to moderate air. An abbreviation for the percent mass of the hydrocarbon gases at normal temperature and pressure from C1 to C4 inclusive, present in crude oil.

This type of clause covers merchandise if the damage amounts to three percent or more of the in- sured value of the package or cargo. Slang The name given to the region of the Southern Hemisphere between the latitudes of 40 and 50 degrees where strong westerly winds are often expected. The area at the bottom of the hull of a ship or boat where water collects and must be pumped out of the vessel.

A bluewater fishing boat typically more than 35 feet long with a full cruising salon, a fish-fighting cockpit and many other saltwater fishing features. Government agency charged with enforcing the rules passed to protect the country's import and ex- port revenues. A watertight forward bulkhead designed to keep the boat from sinking in the event of a collision. Old hemp or jute fiber, loosely twisted and impregnated with tar or a tar derivative, used to caulk sides and decks of ships and to pack joints of pipes and caissons. To brace the sails so as to receive the wind in them, and advance the ship in her course, after they had been either shivering or braced a-back.

Ordinary members of a body, organisation, political party or trade union who have no elected responsibilities. Empty space separating compartments for the purpose of insulation, or to prevent the liquid contents of one compartment from entering another in the event of leakage. A monetary allowance to the customer for picking up or delivering at a point other than the destination shown on the bill of lading. A ro-ro cargo ship for the additional carriage of rail-vehicles and with accommodation for more than 12 passengers.

To steer a sailing vessel more towards the direction of the wind until the pressure is eased on the [sheet]. FiFi 2 rating requires two to four monitors, up to four fire pumps and total pumping capacity of 31, gpm. Believes all participants in an organized trade share should have equal ownership of its production. A small several-pronged anchor normally used for dragging for lost articles, or employed to hold vessels together. An engine mounted within the hull of a vessel, usually driving a fixed propeller by a shaft protruding through the stern.

The thermal or catalytic conversion of petroleum naphtha into more volatile products of higher octane number. A method of planking the hull of a vessel in which the lower edge of one strake overlaps the upper edge of the strake below and is made watertight with a caulking. An annual celebration held in the Cotswolds England , including a combination of dance, spectacles and competitions such as shin kicking and tug of war.

Any fishing boat used in the ocean or coastal waters that's specially equipped to handle the harsh saltwater environment.

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    A row of wooden planks on the hull of a wooden boat or fiberglass on a more modern fiberglass boat. International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, , as modified by the Protocol of relating to the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, The velocity of light changes as it travels from one medium to another and the light is then said to have undergone refraction. A fix-mounted chair used to help land large game fish on blue water fishing boats equipped with a footrest, gimbal-mounted rod holder, safety harness and other fish-fighting gear.

    Discarded cargo or solid trash jettisoned from vessels and found floating in the water or washed ashore. Extracted vegetable oils which have had no further processing or refining except possibly that of being degummed or filtered, settled or both. An act of robbery or criminal violence at sea by the occupants of one vessel against the occupants of another vessel thus excluding such acts committed by the crew or passengers of a vessel against others aboard the same vessel.

    The chemical reaction that takes place after the mixing of 2 component paints which results in a chemically resistant film. A document issued by the carrier based on the bill of lading and other information; used to account for a shipment operationally, statistically, and financially. An Invoice. Kamsarmax, with a maximum length of meters, the maximum length that can load in the port of Kamsar in the Republic of Guinea. Any of a group of polymers that consist basically of repeated units of an ester and are used especially in making fibers or plastics. The aromatics-rich naphtha-range stream produced in sizeable quantities by an ethylene plant when it cracks butane, naphtha, or gasoil.

    Diluent material used for tank washing, acting as a solvent or viscosity reducer to enable better recovery or ROB. Completed basic tanker training that applies to junior officers who have cargo-handling responsibilities. A tool used in ropework for tasks such as unlaying rope for splicing, untying knots, or forming a makeshift handle.

    Butenes are formed during the cracking of petroleum to produce gasoline; they can also be prepared commercially by the catalytic dehydrogenation of butanes. An Incoterm of sale meaning the seller has delivered when the cargo is given to the carrier nominated by the buyer at the named place. A flexible resin made using phenols and used chiefly in coatings, adhesives, electrical laminants and composites for its excellent adhesion, strength and chemical resistance. A preparation designed for fighting fires involving flammable liquids, pyrophoric substances and electrical equipment.

    When a container or vessel has reached its volumetric capacity before its permitted weight limit. To muddy the water by running in shallow places so that the ship's keel disturbs the mud at bottom. A set of radio, sound, and visual signals designed to aid in communications between vessels without language problems. Slang A home made drink so potent that even men accustomed to drinking grog on a regular basis soon become intoxicated. An officer who has fallen out of favour with the captain and is stripped of all power and privilege and is forced to become an ordinary seaman.

    A chemical intermediate is any substance generated by one step in a synthetic process and used for the succeeding step. Originally in the mid-to-late 19th century , an enclosed armored rotating cylindrical box mounting guns which fired through gunports, the turret rotating over a bearing mounted on a ship's deck or within her hull. A polymer that forms a disorganized molecular pile capable of uncoiling and recoiling in response to physical force and its removal.

    A qualification on the approval to use a vessel that requires the owner or Charterer or both to obtain a positive response from the owner or Charterer or both that the vessel subject qualification is lifted before the vessel can be fixed chartered. A written contract between the owner of a vessel and the person desiring to employ the vessel char- terer ; sets forth the terms of the arrangement, such as duration of agreement, freight rate and ports involved in the trip.

    A mounting device for an outboard motor that enables operators to vertically raise or lower the motor. The ship's vertical extension below the waterline at various points along the entire length measured in feet and inches. Responsible Care is the chemical industry's commitment to continuous improvement in all aspects of health, safety and environment performance and to openness in communication about its activities and achievements.

    A container fitted with a solid removable roof, or with a tarpaulin roof so the container can be loaded or unloaded from the top. Are plates or iron fastened to the ship's side under the chains, and to these plates the dead eyes are fastened by iron strops. A large wave, much larger than expected, sometimes at a different angle to others being experienced, that occurs well out to sea.

    At any bulking installation loading, unloading and other pumping lines are used interchangeably for different types of oils or different products of the same oil.

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    A loop or bend in a rope; though, strictly considered, any part between the ends may be termed the bight. Part of the indispensable equipment on the boat. It is a small device used for attaching lines to other things, like sails. To check the course of a ship when she is advancing, by arranging the sails in such a manner as that they shall counteract each other, and prevent her from either retreating or advancing. Dyarchy is a system of dual rule, either of a government or of an organisation, in which two diarchs are the heads of state. A semi-thyrotrophic, air-inhibited, usually pigmented resin that is applied to a waxed mould surface over which subsequent fibreglass layup is made.

    Previous terms eliminated from Incoterms DAF — Delivered At Frontier named place of delivery This term can be used when the goods are transported by rail and road. A chemical that reacts with water to release a gas that is either flammable or presents a health hazard. A sliding or hinged opening in the deck, providing people with access to the cabin or space below. An iron bar mounted on or near the compass to correct for magnetic deviation in steal hulled ships.

    The rules concerning which vessel has the right of way if there is a possibility of collision between two or more boats. To haul down or lower a flag, mast, etc. The abbreviated term for the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution by Ships MARine POLlution The International regulations concerning the construction of vessels and procedures to be followed to prevent pollution of the sea by oil, no. A substance capable of converting the oxygen carrying molecule haemoglobin in the red blood cell to an oxidized form methaemoglobin , which has a reduced capacity to transport oxygen.

    A type of seagoing fishing vessel used by Dutch and Flemish herring fishermen from the 15th through the early 19th century. Higher olefins are hydrocarbons that have chains of up to 20 or more carbonatoms, and are converted to products such as plastics, plasticizers, and other high value chemicals. A time draft or bill of exchange that the drawee payer has accepted and is unconditionally obligated to pay at maturity.

    A catalyst is a substance which, when added to the components of a chemical reaction, speeds up the rate of that reaction but does not itself become involved chemically. A system of ropes and blocks for raising and lowering weights of rigging and pulleys for applying tension. An act of robbery or criminal violence at sea by the occupants of one vessel against the occupants of another vessel.

    The order given when sailing against a head sea to ease the weather helm, and by luffing meet the sea bow on, and at the same time deaden the ship's way so that the sea and ship meet less violently. To halt a ship and keep it relatively stationary by backing certain sails to counteract others, a tactic often employed to ride out storms.

    The lowest temperature at which commodity will continue to flow when it is cooled under specified standard conditions. Cost of Goods Sold : Aka Direct Costs, the sum of all expenditures for materials and labour to produce a product or provide a service. A sailing rig consisting mainly of sails that are set along the line of the keel rather than perpendicular to it. Moderately large diesel engines such as those which propel large boats and heavy-duty locomotives. A circumstance that exists when the hull of a vessel seen at a distance appears below the horizon.

    An illegal form of discounting or refunding that has the net effect of lowering the tariff price. Is the level for which appropriate additional protective security measures shall be maintained for a period of time as a result of heightened risk of a security incident. Hydraulic trailer brake system activated by the sudden inertia of a trailer pushing against the tow vehicle during a hard stop.

    It is a by-product obtained from the alkali refining of palm oil resulting from the acidulation of soapstock. A tanker for the bulk carriage of Liquefied Natural Gas primarily methane in independent insulated tanks. This is short for surface-active agent and is used to describe a chemical that will reduce the surface tension of water when it is added to it. Master or Captain: Entitles the holder to act as Master on a ship of any size, with unlimited trading range. A splice causing a loop in the end of a line, by braiding the end into itself or similar methods.

    A system of aids to navigation in which characteristics of buoys and beacons indicate the sides of the channel or route relative to a conventional direction of buoyage usually upstream. MTBE is not covered under the chemical code and thus is not subject to the exemptions for carriage of chemicals. The process of calculating the ship's position at sea using direction and estimates of distance, leeway, surface water currents etc.

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    Conservative movement in Arabia founded by followers of Abdel Wahhab based on the radical interpretation of the teaching of Islam. A structure consisting of a number of piles driven into the seabed or riverbed in a circular pattern and drawn together with wire rope. The aft or trailing edge of a fore-and-aft sail; the leeward edge of a spinnaker; a vertical edge of a square sail.

    A large metal double hook designed to prevent or slow the drift of a ship by gripping the bottom under water. A location in a port or harbour used specifically for mooring vessels while not at sea or A safety margin of distance to be kept by a vessel from another vessel or from an obstruction, hence the phrase, "to give a wide berth" or A bed or sleeping accommodation. A draft that matures either a certain number of days after acceptance or a certain number of days after the date of the draft.

    A harness worn by a boater attached to the boat with a tether to reduce the chances of going overboard.