passage definition

passage means any public or private road, street or highway, including footpaths and bicycle paths, or other route provided for the passage of people, animals, vehicles or machinery.
passage means any route, other than a road, provided for the passage of people, animals, vehicles or machinery.
passage is defined to mean the area from the crossing barrier at the Egyptian border or the Allenby Bridge, passing through and including the terminal and:

Examples of passage in a sentence

  • NALP.ORG (July 2012), www.nalp.org/uploads/NatlSummChart_Classof2011.pdf (reporting average salary of $81,050 for Bar Passage Required versus $63,995 for J.D. Advantage and $66,547 for Other Professional).

  • It is generally admitted that among the so-called Arctic seaways the most important are the Northern Sea Route along the Russian coast and the Northwest Passage that borrows multiple straits and bypasses in the Canadian archipelago of islands.

  • Passage of the Federal Flammable Fabrics Act Amendments of 1967 (S.

  • Passage of title shall not, however, relieve Contractor from any of its duties and responsibilities for the Work or materials, or waive any rights of Owner to insist on full compliance by Contractor with the Contract Documents.

  • From the high-level input model, DNAmaca’s state generator usesFigure 2: Passage time analysis pipeline showing the detailed operation of the distributed Laplace transform inverter a probabilistic algorithm based on 3-level hashing [17] to produce the generator matrix of the model’s underlying Markov chain, as well as a list of the initial states (with their corresponding weight- ings) and the target states.


More Definitions of passage

passage means the navigation of a ship in the territorial sea or archipelagic waters of The Bahamas without stopping or hovering, but includes stopping, hovering and anchoring in so far as the same are rendered necessary by force majeure or by reason of distress or for the purpose of affording assistance to persons, ships or aircraft in danger or distress;
passage means: (i) for laden passages (“Laden Passages”), beginning when “full away of passage” is ordered after the Vessel passes the sea buoy off the loading port and ending when “end of passage” is ordered prior to arrival at the sea buoy off the discharge port; and (ii) for ballast passages (“Ballast Passages”), beginning when “full away of passage” is ordered after the Vessel passes the sea buoy off the discharge port and ending when “end of passage” is ordered prior to arrival at the sea buoy off the loading port.
passage. , as used in subsection (1), means the enactment into law of a bill, which has passed the legislature, either with or without the approval of the governor, as provided in the constitution.
passage meansa first-year raptor capable of sustained flight that is no longer dependent upon parental care and/or feeding.
passage means a raptor in immature plumage, capable of flight and able to hunt and obtain its own food, and which is less than 1 year of age.