Up in the tower, Bucca was joined by Battalion Chief Orio Palmer, who had managed to get a freight elevator to bring him part way.
Toledo is a tough city, a factory town, a freight train junction, a lake steamer port.
The danger is a bigger fire in an under-floor baggage or freight hold.
Where is there in our neighborhood a freight railroad station?
He had come at twenty-two, beating his way on freight trains.
One of the commonest petty complaints is of misrouting of freight.
Some of them did not unload, but others dumped piles of freight by the docks.
When they got to the freight office they found that the cradle, in which the Dartaway was to be shipped, had arrived.
It is not an average of freight rates, but is an arbitrary figure.
The movement of freight rates has been elsewhere described in detail.
early 13c., fraght, from Middle Dutch or Middle Low German vracht, vrecht, meaning originally "cost of transport" and probably from a lost Old Frisian word, from Proto-Germanic *fra-aihtiz "absolute possession, property" (cf. Old High German freht "earnings"), from *fra-, intensive prefix, + *aik "to be master of, possess," from PIE *aik- (see owe). Meaning "transporting of goods or passengers for money" is from late 14c. Danish fragt, Swedish frakt apparently also are from Frisian. As a verb, from late 14c.