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    1. Earning for our food, rushing to work by various modes of transport, waiting in queues, communication using modern means, social responsibilities, all have been added to the man who was originally created to deal with only nature


    2. Furthermore, consider the environmental pollution associated with their production, transport and consumer use


    3. "So you want me to transport stolen property?" He folded his massive arms in front of Tahlmute's face


    4. "We will bring the crate to a convenient pick-up point for your transport


    5. The looming thunder of artillery from the previous night had stopped but still the diesel-growl of moving men and transport played out in the background


    6. That is the only air transport available in this civilization


    7. What’s even more interesting is that the rather jumpy young man we just met is brother to the woman in charge of organising transport for the Guild


    8. At ten thirty, the official coffee break in his office, he telephoned Kara to say that he’d pulled it off and that it would be safe for her to arrange transport for Thursday or Friday


    9. He’d pass their details to Lorenze and between her and Bazilda they’d concoct the papers and arrange transport


    10. If we need any other means of transport, we shall have to obtain it when we are there


















































































    1. I gather that he often uses the van from the garage when the drama group needs stuff transported


    2. he was transported to the


    3. He was ashamed wasn't he? He had never knowingly transported stolen goods before and he wasn't about to admit it


    4. "This cargo is valuable, if criminals learn that it is being transported, there is a very good chance that it might become stolen cargo, unless you can defend it from bandits?"


    5. For the last forty decades scientists agreed that life of humanoid evolution had been transported here from a planet at a star called YingolNeerie and Estwig had never heard otherwise


    6. He is to be transported


    7. ‘Even now when I smell the scent of wood shavings I’m transported back there … funny how evocative scents can be


    8. I was transported back to the moment when Robinson Crusoe sees that footprint in the sand


    9. There was quite a big herd of karga brought in that day and he had to arrange extra haulage, a Nightday trip for more brining jars and a celebration to be had in the native tradition at the end of the next week when the last of the jars was finally transported off


    10. They are usually sited by wasteg – partly because of the water supply and partly because it enables the produce to be transported quickly and easily to the major towns which is where the food is most needed


















































































    1. "It's Brazilian and I'm transporting it for a Brazilian, indirectly


    2. Why would they go to the bother of transporting me out here? Why would they keep me alive with food and water? I was worth something to them


    3. They were transporting me somewhere other than my destination and using mind powers to make me ignorant


    4. ” He’d told about transporting the coma victims from the starship, but he never talked about the aluminums to a stranger


    5. In the price of flour or meal, we must add to the price of the corn, the profits of the miller, and the wages of his servants ; in the price of bread, the profits of the baker, and the wages of his servants; and in the price of both, the labour of transporting the corn from the house of the farmer to that of the miller, and from that of the miller to that of the baker, together with the profits of those who advance the wages of that labour


    6. A considerable quantity, too, must be annually lost in transporting those metals from one place to another both by sea and by land


    7. If the manufactures, especially, of which those commodities are the materials, should ever come to flourish in the country, the market, though it might not be much enlarged, would at least be brought much nearer to the place of growth than before ; and the price of those materials might at least be increased by what had usually been the expense of transporting them to distant countries


    8. A capital may be employed in four different ways; either, first, in procuring the rude produce annually required for the use and consumption of the society ; or, secondly, in manufacturing and preparing that rude produce for immediate use and consumption; or, thirdly in transporting either the rude or manufactured produce from the places where they abound to those where they are wanted ; or, lastly, in dividing particular portions of either into such small parcels as suit the occasional demands of those who want them


    9. Unless a capital was employed in transporting either the rude or manufactured produce from the places where it abounds to those where it is wanted, no more of either could be produced than was necessary for the consumption of the neighbourhood


    10. The great armies which marched from all parts to the conquest of the Holy Land, gave extraordinary encouragement to the shipping of Venice, Genoa, and Pisa, sometimes in transporting them thither, and always in supplying them with provisions


















































































    1. To the sweet transports of genial bed


    2. “It must’ve been in the river and gotten caught up in the irrigation mechanism that transports water to the top of the Hanging Gardens


    3. Hundreds of torches were lit, while the crowd of nobles, courtiers, captains, citizens, and slaves, went mad with transports of joy, excitement, and rum


    4. Once in the Protectorate proper we were accorded a warm reception, for the villages had just heard of Prempeh's capture, and as we passed through, the women danced and shouted, clapping their hands in transports of joy at the Ashanti king's overthrow, and various offerings of palm wine, fou-fou and plantains were always ready


    5. is history; this was war and it emanated from the commanding general that “All who were not on board the transports by daybreak would be left behind


    6. Troops at the extreme end of the pier were afterwards assigned to transports moored at the shore end, and vice versa


    7. The leading transports were headed off far down the bay at this time, and only recalled after a long chase by the “Helena”


    8. Garcia brought 2000 insurgents, his Negro regiments of Cambote and Barracoa, from Assedero, in government transports


    9. At the base hospital there, with the navy and fleet of transports in the offing, there was a lack of everything, and men were virtually dying for the want of nourishing food


    10. During the Ashanti and Benin campaigns half-civilised Houssa soldiers in the British service found ice in the hospitals of the West African jungle; but in Cuba, an island adjacent to their own shores, the American army moved without an ice machine or arrangements for manufacture of ice on any of the forty transports


















































































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    Synonyms for "transport"

    conveyance transfer transferral transport transportation shipping tape drive tape transport ecstasy exaltation rapture raptus channel channelise channelize transmit carry delight enchant enrapture enthral enthrall ravish send ship bliss joy happiness conveyor mover convey

    "transport" definitions

    something that serves as a means of transportation


    an exchange of molecules (and their kinetic energy and momentum) across the boundary between adjacent layers of a fluid or across cell membranes


    the commercial enterprise of moving goods and materials


    a state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion


    a mechanism that transports magnetic tape across the read/write heads of a tape playback/recorder


    the act of moving something from one location to another


    move something or somebody around; usually over long distances


    move while supporting, either in a vehicle or in one's hands or on one's body


    hold spellbound


    transport commercially


    send from one person or place to another