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A stopping place.
A regular stopping place for ground transportation.
A ground transportation depot.
A place where one stands or stays or is assigned to stand or stay.
(RQ:Stevenson Jekyll and Hyde)Meanwhile, lest anything should really be amiss, or any malefactor seek to escape by the back, you and the boy must go round the corner with a pair of good sticks and take your post at the laboratory door. We give you ten minutes, to get to your stations."
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A place where some object is provided.
''Collect a knife and fork from the cutlery station on the way to your table.''
2012 October 31, David M. Halbfinger, "http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/01/nyregion/new-jersey-continues-to-cope-with-hurricane-sandy.html?hp," ''New York Times'' (retrieved 31 October 2012):
- Localities across New Jersey imposed curfews to prevent looting. In Monmouth, Ocean and other counties, people waited for hours for gasoline at the few stations that had electricity. Supermarket shelves were stripped bare.
A place where workers are stationed.
A place where one performs a task or where one is on call to perform a task.
A military base.
A place used for broadcasting radio or television.
- There was movement at the station, for the word had passed around, / that the colt from old Regret had got away,
1993, Kay Walsh, Joy W. Hooton, ''Dowker, L. O.'', entry in ''Australian Autobiographical Narratives: 1850-1900'', %22stations%22+australia+-intitle:%22%22+-inauthor:%22%22&source=bl&ots=_wyTYjQ8eo&sig=N1T04h53D04yrOVvh-Edt0u_wfU&hl=en&sa=X&ei=FZBlUIGKOe-4iAeV14CICg&redir_esc=yv=onepage&q=%22station%22|%22stations%22%20australia%20-intitle%3A%22%22%20-inauthor%3A%22%22&f=false page 69,
- Tiring of sheep, he took work on cattle stations, mustering cattle on vast unfenced holdings, and looking for work ‘nigger-bossing’, or supervising Aboriginal station hands.
2003, Margo Daly, Anne Dehne, ''Rough Guide to Australia'', %22stations%22+australia+-intitle:%22%22+-inauthor:%22%22&source=bl&ots=o34hDLhGX2&sig=H1VE3zO5MPiE8GN5KHiRRHksl9E&hl=en&sa=X&ei=FZBlUIGKOe-4iAeV14CICg&redir_esc=yv=onepage&q=%22station%22|%22stations%22%20australia%20-intitle%3A%22%22%20-inauthor%3A%22%22&f=false page 654,
- The romance of the gritty station owner in a crumpled Akubra, his kids educated from the remote homestead by the School of the Air, while triple-trailer road trains drag tornadoes of dust across the plains, creates a stirring idea of the modern-day pioneer battling against the elemental Outback.
1881, International Congress of Medicine, ''Transactions of the 1st, 2nd, 4th-17th Congress'' (page 541)
- It was my fate to commence my career in the medical service forty years ago in the presanitary days, long before the introduction of modern methods of diagnosis, at two of the most unhealthy stations in the whole of India — Bellary and Secunderabad.
Any of the of the Cross.
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Standing; rank; position.
(RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)
- And they in France of the best rank and station
A broadcasting entity.
The particular place, or kind of situation, in which a species naturally occurs; a habitat.
An enlargement in a shaft or galley, used as a landing, or passing place, or for the accommodation of a pump, tank, etc.
Post assigned; office; the part or department of public duty which a person is appointed to perform; sphere of duty or occupation; employment.
(quote-book)|A Companion for the Festivals and Fasts of the Church of England|https://archive.org/details/acompanionforfe00nelsgoog|18|Moreover, by spending this day Sunday in religious exercises, we acquire new strength and resolution to perform God's will in our several stations the week following.|edition=New, Revised and Corrected|year_published=1837
1646, Sir (w), ''(w)'', III.5:
- (..)the cross legs are moving or resting together, so that two are always in motion and two in station at the same time(..)
The apparent standing still of a superior planet just before it begins or ends its retrograde motion.
To put in place to perform a task.
''The host stationed me at the front door to greet visitors.''
''I was stationed on the pier.''
- The Costa Rican's lofted corner exposed Arsenal's own problems with marking, and Berbatov, stationed right in the middle of goal, only needed to take a gentle amble back to find the space to glance past Vito Mannone
To put in place to perform military duty.
''They stationed me overseas just as fighting broke out.''
''I was stationed at Fort Richie.''
station (place for vehicles to stop)
A facility used for broadcasting of transmissions.
A facility (used by a state run department) or by scientists for collecting data.
Place where one exits or enters a train, bus etc.