Ladder Sample Clauses

Ladder. The boarding ladder must be capable of being used at each en- trance on either side or at the stern of the boat to enable persons in the water to board the boat. The lowest step of the ladder must be not less than 0.4 meters (15.75 inches) below the boat’s light waterline.
Ladder. The Varsity badminton ladder is established at the first league contest. (5/29/03)
Ladder. Teams compete in a ladder, and gain or lose points based on wins and losses. The 64 teams with the most points at the end of the ladder play period advance to the next stage of World Championship Qualifiers.
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Ladder. Wooden two-flight staircase with an intermediate platform. With a floor height of

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