TUG


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TUGTeX (Tau Epsilon Chi) Users Group
TUGThe Ultimate Guide
TUGTechnische Universität Graz (Technical University Graz, Graz, Austria)
TUGTimed Up and Go (mobility test)
TUGTechnical Council Working Group
TUGTributary Unit Group
TUGTughrik (Mongolian currency)
TUGTributary Unit Group (telecommunications)
TUGTeX User's Group
TUGTimeshare User's Group
TUGTri-University Group (of Libraries)
TUGTemple University Gymnastics (Pennsylvania)
TUGTeradyne Users Group
TUGTechnical University of Gdansk (Poland)
TUGTelecommunications Users Group
TUGToronto Users Group (Canada)
TUGTechnical Users Group
TUGTemporary Under Ground (temporary electrical service provided to buildings)
TUGTowed Universal Glider
References in classic literature ?
Instantly as though with implicit confidence in my ability to save her, she leaped over the side of the tug onto the sloping, slippery side of the U-boat.
The sinking tug drew us far below the surface; but I had seized her the moment I struck the water, and so we went down together, and together we came up--a few yards from the U-boat.
As I swam toward the submarine with the girl, Nobs' persistent barking attracted the attention of some of the tug's crew, so that as soon as we reached the side there were hands to help us aboard.
As we joined our own party, I found the tug's mate checking up our survivors.
Olson--who in spite of his name was Irish, and in spite of his not being Scotch had been the tug's engineer--was standing with Bradley and me.
The Tug Hill Ski Club (www.tughillskiclub.com) grooms trails in Winona Forest and hosts several events.
The terrifying accident happened after tug drivers refused to guide the huge ship into port and berth it alongside the North Wall dock.
Tug boats hauled the watercraft to their final docking locations, and the 836th transporters skillfully used various floating and truck-mounted cranes to discharge vehicles from the vessel.
The strong flip-up cab, which is such a defining feature of this tug, allows instant access to the chassis below for ease of maintenance.
It's also not truly a "fully electric tug" because it carries two 1,000 kilowatt hour back-up generator sets.
The RSD-E Tug 2513 will be the first fully-electric ship-handling tug in the world with 70 tonnes bollard pull, said a statement from the organisation.
The reduced noise and vibration levels exhibited by the RSD Tug 2513 was another deciding factor, because we really care about the comfort of our crews.