Definitions for "transit"
The act of passing; passage through or over.
A line or route of passage or conveyance; as, the Nicaragua transit.
The passage of a heavenly body over the meridian of a place, or through the field of a telescope.
An instrument resembling a theodolite, used by surveyors and engineers; -- called also transit compass, and surveyor's transit.
a sophisticated optical surveying instrument similar to an alidade, except that it is mounted directly on a tripod, rather than resting on a plane
an optical instrument used by surveyors to measure and layout horizontal and vertical lines. Contractors us a transit-level to ensure that footings and foundation are perfectly level. See also laser-level.
Keywords:  buses, commuter, bus, rail, airport
The term used to describe public transport, for example, bus, rail or ferry services.
see public transportation.
Means of transportation other than individual cars and trucks, including public transportation by train, bus, light rail, trolley or street car.
a twice yearly NEARA publication of archaeological news and abstracts
a twice yearly NEARA publication of archeological news and abstracts
Keywords:  album, bitiw, croce, pinoy, songwriter
Transit is the fourth album by American singer-songwriter A. J. Croce, released in 2000 (see 2000 in music).
Transit is the sophomore album of the famed Pinoy rock band Sponge Cola. The album consists of 12 tracks with "Bitiw" as their first single. Under Universal Records, Transit is already out in all major record bars.
The act or process of causing to pass; conveyance; as, the transit of goods through a country.
is a traveler passing through one country for the sole purpose of traveling to another country.
A process of passing through or over or the conveyance of persons or things from one place to another.Customs: A procedure according to which cargo or passengers pass from one customs office to another under customs control, whereby the cargo can pass:in inward transit, i.e. from an import office to an inland customs office; in outward transit, i.e. from an inland customs office to an export office; in through transit, i.e. from an import office to an export office; in interior transit, i.e. from one inland customs office to another. Inward transit, outward transit and through transit are referred to as international customs transit if they are done in a single transit operation crossing several frontiers. A prerequisite for this is a bilateral agreement.
Transit (2006) (, Peregon) is a film from prolific Russian writer-director Alexander Rogozhkin, which was presented at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival. Several of his past films have screened there, including Life with an Idiot (Zhizn S Idiotom) and the Chechen war drama Check Point (Blokpost), for which he won the Best Director Prize in 1998. Transit is a story set on a secret military transit base in the remote Chukotka region, where planes from allied forces came in from Alaska, including quite a few with female pilots, which of course attracted the attention of the mostly male Russian crew at the base.
The time when an astronomical object reaches its hightest altitude. This is also when the object crosses a line going from due North to due South. As with rise and set times, transit time is a function of the observer's location.
When astronomers observe one object pass in front of a larger object.
Transit is an original novel written by Ben Aaronovitch and based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It was features the Seventh Doctor, Bernice and the first appearance of Kadiatu Lethbridge-Stewart. A prelude to the novel, also penned by Aaronovitch, appeared in Doctor Who Magazine #195.
Keywords:  gower, richard, captain, hall, sailing
Transit was the name given to three sailing vessels designed and built to the order of Captain Richard Hall Gower.
A term used generally, but not exclusively, to describe the routing of Internet traffic between an IP network and the public Internet. It is a service sold by ISPs to other ISPs, corporates and home users. This service is also called Upstream Transit, Internet Connectivity, Internet Access and, particularly in the home user market, Dial-up Access where the connection to the ISP is often made by a modem dialing the ISP over a standard telephone line. See also Upstream Transit and Downstream Transit. A unit of measurement of height used mainly in relation to computer and related equipment and the racks in which they are fitted. 1u is 1.75 inches, or 4.445 centimetres.
The parts of the route that connect the special stages. These roads are open to the public and are driven at or below the speed limit by the rally team. - BOTTOM - CLOSE
a facility consisting of the means and equipment necessary for the movement of passengers or goods
Refers to passenger service, typically with a seating capacity of more than seven persons including the driver, and provided to the general public at published fares.
Keywords:  zenith, midway, imaginary, moment, sky
The point midway between the rising and the setting of a body when it is crosses an imaginary line running from the north pole to the south pole via the zenith. At this moment it is at its highest in the sky.
Transit is a special case of transmission where the supplying and the receiving balance area are not situated in neighbouring/adjoining TSO-areas. Therefore, the transmission is carried out via transmission systems in between.
An enroute stopping place where cargo remains on board.
Keywords:  versa, vice, steaming, port, study
The time steaming from port to the study site and vice versa.
Also called a range. Two navigational aids separated in distance so that they can be aligned to determine that a boat lies on a certain line. Transits can be used to determine a boat's position or to guide it through a channel.
Variant of SCAN intended for continuous use over many hours
Keywords:  linux, driver, logging, device, calls
logging device driver for linux system calls
Translation memory program published by Star.
Keywords:  library, sent, status, checked, item
The status when an item has been checked in at one location and then sent to the owning library
Keywords:  mass, see
See Mass Transit.