Container - is something that holds things, especially for transport or storage. It refers also to large metallic box designed to hold many smaller boxes or packages, and used for convenience in loading and unloading large quantities of freight, such as on ships, trains, or airplanes.

bridge - is an engineered structure built to span a gorge, valley, road, railroad track, river or other body of water, or any other physical obstacle

Ref: 84673/2006-08-20


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