Prepositions used with "ship"

of, by, for, on or from ship?

In 34% of cases "of ship" is used

Lots of ships but two problems.

Alongside other taste slept a soldier of ship.

The only people excluded are crew of ships and aircraft.

In this chapter, Chapter 13, he also discussed applications to the propulsion of ships.

MLC will also take care of the certification and will also facilitate inspections of ships.

This information can tell much about the spread of shipbuilding techniques throughout the region.

On 14th April 1912, the ship hit an iceberg in the middle of Atlantic at 11:40 pm (local time of ship's position GMT-3).

In the case of a partial loss of ship or its equipment, the old materials are to be applied towards payment for the new.

The Chinese and hybrid Southeast Asian vessels were better at surviving storms and reefs than any other local type of ship.

Who was involved? There were basically four major groups of ships engaged in different parts of the fighting over the four-day period.

In 13% of cases "by ship" is used

Waste generated by ships is another big issue for ports.

Like many immigrants at that time his family came to Australia by ship.

Some goods were taken by ship from one part of the English coast to another.

There was no escape for Peloran, who was not selected by chance (?) to escape by ship.

Most migrants arrived by ship, disembarking in major cities such as Sydney and Melbourne.

The elves are almost gone from Middle Earth, leaving for the Grey Havens to travel by ship to the far shores.

Watertight transverse bulkheads are still employed by ship designers today, which shows how innovative these early Chinese craftsmen had been.

Having been taken by ship from Mauritius, they will go to a number of the outer islands in the Chagos archipelago, as well as Diego Garcia itself.

After four and a half months of training near Cairo, the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) departed by ship for the Gallipoli peninsula.

By the late 1950's and 1960's (PDF 42KB) more and more immigrants were choosing to fly to Canada rather than make the North Atlantic crossing by ship.

In 10% of cases "for ship" is used

Dealing with the problem of piracy has been a simple line item for ship owners.

Canada is already looking at charging a fee for ships passing thru their waters.

Predictions are for ships in the 4,500 to 5,500 TEU range to be common in the near future.

The scientists studying the Ceres Gate were convinced it was some kind of matter receiver, large enough for ships to pass through.

By 1657 it made excellent anchorage for ships especially for the larger vessels wherein goods were loaded and unloaded with little trouble.

Note that foreign trade, the basis of the world system, is collapsing under the weight of oil and bunker fuel (for ships) and jet-fuel prices.

The 15th century Melaka Maritime Code specifies rules pertaining to merchants and provides a general guide for ships as well as trading procedures.

Besides this Hercte commands a harbour very well situated for ships making the voyage from Drepana and Lilybaeum to Italy to put in at, and with an abundant supply of water.

In 10% of cases "on ship" is used

Carl served on ships during World War Two.

Many people work on ships for a great variety of reasons.

Flags on ships, which traditionally had masts, fly at half-mast.

Davy Jones was a 16th century publican who imprisoned drunken sailors in a locker and press-ganged them to serve on ships.

A number of Maori were also exposed to the wider world as crew on ships operating between Port Jackson (Sydney) and the Bay of Islands.

The man, who is believed to have been travelling alone, was last seen at dinner on Sunday, shortly after the 44,000-ton ship left Stavanger.

He was unusual in that many passed most of their careers as civilian employees of the Navy Board in the dockyards and only partly as officers on ships.

In 9% of cases "from ship" is used

In the coming year we will announce policy initiatives on roadside pollution, emissions from ships and regional co-operations between Hong Kong and Guangdong.

Comments on this Article Heinz Otto 18th September 2012 Hi Noel, as you said it: there is a fear, that SEEMP takes to long time for reducing the GHG from ships.

Shortly after the distress signal was sent, a radio drama ensued as the signals were transmitted from ship to ship, through Halifax to New York, throughout the country.

The most important of all these measures was the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973, as modified by the Protocol of 1978 relating thereto (MARPOL 73/78).

In 8% of cases "in ship" is used

As James grew in age, so too did his interest in ships.

Seldom, indeed, do men embark for war in ships manned and navigated by enemy aliens.

Doomed men encouraged their comrades as only those who go in ships can exhibit that unselfish gallantry.

The connectivity is limited, the electricity is erratic and every single thing has to come from the mainland in ships.

It occurred to me, at the age of 12, that if a school invested in something normally forgotten, everything else would be in ship shape.

The Parsnip and Sekani helped direct (II) -Alexander Mackenzie (1763-1820) to the great river and stinking lake, the Pacific, where white-men arrived in ships.

Remaining faithful to the biblical dimensions, Lovett's updated design, similar to that of ancient sailing vessels, is based on established principles in ship design and cutting-edge research.

In 5% of cases "to ship" is used

The economic and environmental consequences of a navigational accident generally increase in proportion to ship's size.

With the advent of radio in the early 1900 's, time signals were sent to ships, which could use the signal to regularly adjust their chronometers.

Shortly after the distress signal was sent, a radio drama ensued as the signals were transmitted from ship to ship, through Halifax to New York, throughout the country.

In 5% of cases "with ship" is used

Custom House with ships docked in front.

In 2004 it was dealing with ships waste, and in 2009 it was noise.

They even sign contracts with ship owners after reaching agreements on ransom amounts.

Weeks into the voyage the crew of this ship lost all contact with ships one and two, which had, in fact, never been launched.

The low levels also cause problems with ships traveling through the Great Lakes and the three hydroelectric plants operating on the St.

In 4% of cases "aboard ship" is used

Placing armed security men aboard ships vulnerable to pirate attacks has always been the obvious solution to the problem of piracy.

The report also confirms the use of anthrax and other deadly germs on tests aboard ships in the Caribbean and off the Scottish coast during the 1950s.

In 2% of cases "as ship" is used

There are also specialist registration regimes for security over certain types of assets such as ships and aircraft.

Ports serve as logistics platform and coordinate the requirements placed by several stakeholders, such as shippers, ocean carriers, terminal operators, and forwarding companies.