Marine architecture is the design of structures which support ship transport, fishing, coastal management or other marine activities. These structures include harbors, lighthouses, marinas and shipyards.
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... The UNECE Transport Division has been providing secretariat services to the World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29) ... to acting as secretariat to the World Forum, the Vehicle Regulations and Transport Innovations section serves as the secretariat of the Administrative Committee for the coordination of work, and of the ...
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... Transport modes in the Gold Coast include cars, taxis, buses, ferries, rail and monorail, for commuting to work, visiting attractions, and travelling to other destinations, both ... The car is the dominant mode of transport in the Gold Coast, with over 70% of people using the car as their sole mode of travelling to work ... Queensland Government, designed to coordinate the public transport providers in Brisbane and the surrounding areas ...
... Until December 1956, trams provided public transport along Queen Street, and it was the only street in New Zealand with grand unions, double-track to double-track junctions ...
... Some evidence suggests active transport, because fructose uptake has been shown to occur against a concentration gradient ... absorption occurs on the mucosal membrane via facilitated transport involving GLUT5 transport proteins ... is able to flow down a concentration gradient into the enterocytes, assisted by transport proteins ...
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