(n.) The liberty of using a crane, as for loading and unloading vessels.
(n.) The money or price paid for the use of a crane.
(1) The CMV (Towne) gH gene had a 95% nucleotide identity and a 96.6% amino acid identity with the CMV (AD169) gH gene, as described by M. P. Cranage, G. L. Smith, S. E. Bell, H. Hart, C. Brown, A. T. Bankier, P. Tomlinson, B. G. Barrell, and T. C. Minson (1988, J. Virol.
(2) Our earlier reports demonstrated that Cynomolgus macaques vaccinated with either inactivated partially purified simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV), fixed SIV-infected C8166 (a human T lymphoblastoid cell line) cells, or fixed uninfected C8166 cells can be protected against a challenge infection with the 32H isolate of SIVmac 251 (grown in C8166) (Stott, E. J., W. L. Chan, K. H. G. Mills, M. Page, F. Taffs, M. Cranage, P. Greenway, and P. Kitchin.
(n.) The detention of a vessel by the freighter beyond the time allowed in her charter party for loading, unloading, or sailing.
(n.) The allowance made to the master or owner of the ship for such delay or detention.
(1) The influence of emergency demurrage of reserve beds on occupancy rate is not determined by the absolute number of these beds and their share in the structure of hospital bed fund.
(2) When planning the average number of bed occupancy days per year at a hospital providing emergency hospitalization one should take into account the demurrage of reserve beds which are needed for urgent hospitalization of patients.
(3) Freicoin imposes a "demurrage fee" of 4.9% on money held by users.