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to cause (something) to be conveyed to a destination

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a vessel that carries passengers or freight

hire for work on a ship

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go on board

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travel by ship

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place on board a ship

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Running such a tight ship also leaves little time to shop around for the best festive deals on booze, says Patel.
Banks want to have confidence that your client or employer runs a tight ship.
However, the DHB is a very tight ship and everyone is feeling it.
Little Rock media expert Pat Walsh said Nexstar is known for running a tight ship.
We will continue to be aggressive in customer service and focusing our efforts on increasing the growth of our business through store expansion, strong sales and running a tight ship.
Being vigilant and running a tight ship are imperative, but they can be done without paranoia and suspicion (not to mention constant demoralizing threats).
Navy, no doubt runs a tight ship as dean of Franklin Pierce Law Center -- a position he has held since July 1 of this year.
4 Run a tight ship, and practice intelligent housekeeping.
Wilder said the company was running a very tight ship, and with NBC getting 26 percent of its $13 million in revenues last year from government grants, the chance of any more funding cuts was not something she wanted to contemplate.
UK Sport chairman Rod Carr said: "We run a tight ship, there is no fat left to trim.
Miss Thirza Hobson, the primary head, ran a tight ship, but a fair one.
But McAlister insists the Dens men will concentrate on their own affairs and added: "We keep a tight ship in the dressing room and look at our games.
An insider said: "Roy has always understood that the chairman runs a tight ship.
He said: "We run a tight ship and our commitment is for the life of our administration.
An insider said: "Phil likes to run a very tight ship.