In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Transportcastillete de señalización masculine
- Unfamiliar objects, camera gantries, floodlights and trails of wire stimulated considerable interest among the population of boarding students staying at the school.
- The gantries also carry cameras that record numberplates.
- Then he was suspended upside down from an overhead gantry for some minutes.
- After all three were seen on the lines and sitting on the rails, two climbed a signal gantry and interfered with the equipment.
- One psychic described an airfield with a gantry and crane at a set of coordinates that placed it at the Soviet nuclear test site at Semipalatinsk.
- Meanwhile, Railtrack has announced that a signal gantry in the new-look Leeds station has been installed at the wrong height.
- All three types of equipment are on gantries which have gone up on roads around Leeds.
- Sweeping past in endless succession were a forest of smoke-stacks, cooling-towers, pylons, transformers, scaffolding, flood-light towers and railway signal gantries.
- This fixed-reactive component has an overhead gantry to which a frame is attached, and ride motions are fed through the axles and into the frame.
- A gantry crane lifts the containers onto the ship.
- With the gantry crane on site, the new turbine is being unloaded and moved to its foundation.
- He cites examples of spaces in New York's Chelsea and SoHo districts, where sinks and hooks remain as testament to the past lives of a space; and the gantry and crane at Tate Modern.
- Do you know how much business you can lose without a gantry crane?
- One of the key components of an improvement in the port's ability to handle goods, particularly containers, would have been the provision of a gantry crane.
- The massive stanchions that had supported the crane gantry rails in the past now support the new steel-framed structures.
- Miniature traffic lights on the overhead gantry turn from red to green and drivers simply drop their clutches and bury their accelerator pedals.
- I have looked carefully at what is now proposed, which is generally a matter of relatively small traffic signs and modest cameras, rather than gantries such as some have supposed.
- Roadside gantries and enforcement equipment take up valuable road space and they could be difficult to install in a city with high urban density.
- The productivity of the terminal is expected to go up substantially once the gantry cranes are refitted by the fourth quarter of 2005.
- Calatrava's tower seems the more absurd because it is to be close to the mighty gantry crane of the defunct Kockums shipyard.
2(support)(for crane) pórtico masculine(for crane) puente masculine(for space rocket) torre de lanzamiento feminine(for barrels) poíno masculine(for barrels) combo masculine
- Surface wind at the time of the rollback of the gantry surrounding the Boeing Delta II launch vehicle was as high as 36 knots.
- The shuttle launch gantry is equipped with seven 1,200-foot-long sliding wires, each attached to a basket similar to those used for hot-air ballooning.
- It will also be integrated and assembled in the mobile gantry on the launch pad and not in a final assembly building.
- The second stage of a Delta II rocket is prepared for its shift to vertical alongside the gantry at pad 17A at Cape Canaveral Air Station.
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