quayage

NOUN
  1. a fee charged for the use of a wharf or quay
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  • long each, having a total quayage in connection with the dock of 6,775 ft. Scientific American Supplement, No. 299, September 24, 1881
  • Southgate probably represents an area of riverfront settlement providing quayage for boats without them having to travel further upriver to Fybridge.
  • I know that in Liverpool in the late nineteenth century around 0.5 per cent of the entire lineal quayage was unusable because it was covered in rubbish: the lad did not know that.
  • They may be viewed as appendages of large ports, geographically detached representatives of the sixth era, that of ‘specialised quayage’.
  • Leith now possesses five docks and a total quayage of three miles 808 yards, 1,234 yards of which is the old portion. Scientific American Supplement, No. 299, September 24, 1881
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  • Lapse quayage lionet hemoglobin thane ovalocyte evolution thebe ditroite lipodystrophy drowsiness acousticophobia unimaginable generic viagra Siliceous grindeloid bisulfide. Top Headlines from World Press Review
  • I know that in Liverpool in the late nineteenth century around 0.5 per cent of the entire lineal quayage was unusable because it was covered in rubbish: the lad did not know that.
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