The fact of standing still; motionlessness, stasis. (noun)
A stopping place (noun)
The apparent standing still of a superior planet just before it begins or ends its retrograde motion. (noun)
A regular stopping place for ground transportation. (noun)
A ground transportation depot. (noun)
One of the Stations of the Cross. (noun)
A place where one stands or stays or is assigned to stand or stay. (noun)
A place where one performs a tasks or where one is on call to perform a task. (noun)
Standing; rank; position. (noun)
A military base. (noun)
A place used for broadcasting radio or television. (noun)
A broadcasting entity. (noun)
A gas station, service station (noun)
A very large sheep or cattle farm. (noun)
A harbour or cove with a foreshore suitable for a facility to support nearby fishing. (noun)
Any of a sequence of equally spaced points along a path. (noun)
To put in place to perform a task. (verb)
To put in place to perform military duty. (verb)
Examples of word station
Response:I've included an image here of the relative location of the station (red arrow) and where Steve showed the fictitious Â“airport asos stationÂ” (green arrow).
I could agree to one thing: if you computed trends per station that is: a trend for *each station* and if the station bias was constant over time â€“ then the bias would not affect the trend.
At Harrow, the District Railway built its station in Roxeth and named it South Harrow, while in the hamlet of Hooking Green the Metropolitan Railway called its Âstation North Harrow.
Unlike other automakers, Fisker even uses the term "station wagon" to describe it, clearly not shying away from any stigma that might have.
In space a station is required to maintain order, while a side organization supplies that station from the moon, while other corporations operate shuttle and repair services to satellites and allowing Naval facility on the moon to operate the mini-three man ships to reach orbit with levelled operations which reach orbit and the moon.