two moving maritime vessels hitting
each other, or the related
, when a moving
- 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...
up short, that is an unforeseen
of a stationary object
(not submerged), such as a bridge
- www.ntsb.gov. Retrieved
11 May 2020. "Heavy Lift Ship Arrested After Allision
Shipbuilding". The Maritime
Executive. 19 April
- lect- lectāv- lectāt- laedō -lidō laed- -lid- laes- -lis- laes- -lis- hurt allision
, collide, collision, contralesional, elide, elidible, elision, illesive...
- Mediterranean through
2021. On 30 December
2019, MSC Grandiosa incurred
a minor allision
at the Port of Palermo after
the port's Vittorio Veneto
- Tadoussac". boatnerd. Retrieved
22 June 2015. Bawal
Jr., p. 90 "CSL Tadoussac allision
Toldeo, Ohio". Dvidshub. 11 December
22 June 2015. Coast...
as "running down" (collision with a fixed object
is a "allision
"), and wreck removal
a harbour, for example)...
22, 2008. National Transportation Safety Board
(March 8, 2005). "Allision
of Staten Island Ferry Andrew
J. Barberi; St. George, Staten
the loss of propulsion
on the bulk carrier Bright Field
with the Riverwalk Shopping Complex
14, 1996 in New Orleans...