Definition of Allision. Meaning of Allision. Synonyms of Allision

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Definition of Allision

Allision
Allision Al*li"sion, n. [L. allisio, fr. allidere, to strike or dash against; ad + laedere to dash against.] The act of dashing against, or striking upon. The boisterous allision of the sea. --Woodward.

Meaning of Allision from wikipedia

- object, not another ship (an allision). "Allision", The Free Dictionary, retrieved 2018-08-28 "You Say Collision, I Say Allision; Let's Sort the Whole Thing...
- in South America. On 30 December 2019, MSC Grandiosa incurred a minor allision at the Port of Palermo after she struck the port's Vittorio Veneto pier...
- The Bland–Allison Act, also referred to as the Grand Bland Plan of 1878, was an act of United States Congress requiring the U.S. Treasury to buy a certain...
- September 22, 2008. National Transportation Safety Board (March 8, 2005). "Allision of Staten Island Ferry Andrew J. Barberi; St. George, Staten Island, New...
- 2019 Legend was on the receiving end of what the cruise line called an allision by Carnival Glory in Cozumel, striking the ship while "maneuvering to dock...
- First Voyage". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2017-09-20. "Allision of Staten Island Ferry Andrew J. Barberi: St. George, Staten Island, New...
- School". Allision 1969a, Education as a Private and Denominational Enterprise, 1830–70. Allision 1969a, The School Board Era, 1870–1902. Allision 1969a,...
- Command, US Navy. Retrieved 6 October 2017. "Heavy Lift Ship Arrested After Allision at Ingalls Shipbuilding". The Maritime Executive. 19 April 2019. Retrieved...
- Bringing a person or thing up short, that is an unforeseen and sudden stop Allision A term used in maritime law – to impact a stationary object (not submerged)...
- lect- lectāv- lectāt- laedō -lidō laed- -lid- laes- -lis- laes- -lis- hurt allision, collide, collision, contralesional, elide, elidible, elision, illesive...
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