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For classifying commercial vehicles under the business auto policy (BAP), five or more automobiles. Less than five is considered nonfleet. The distinction is made for statistical coding purposes. It [..]
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Old English fleotan "to float; drift; flow, run (as water); swim; sail (of a ship)," from Proto-Germanic *fleutan (source also of Old Frisian fliata, Old Saxon fliotan "to flow," O [..]
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"swift," 1520s, but probably older than the record; apparently from or cognate with Old Norse fliotr "swift," from Proto-Germanic *fleuta, which is related to the source of fleet ( [..]
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Old English fleot "a ship, raft, floating vessel," also, collectively, "means of sea travel; boats generally," from fleotan "to float" (see fleet (v.)). Sense of "na [..]
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group of ships, usually organized for military purposes.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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group of aircraft operating together under the same ownership flit: move along rapidly and lightly; skim or dart; "The hummingbird flitted among the branches" moving very fas [..]
Source: google-dictionary.so8848.com

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a number of ships or vehicles that belong together
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Specifically, a large naval organization of ships and Fleet Marine Force units. More generally, a reference to serving in the operating forces versus shore duty. Usage: "Hey, there's a m [..]
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Marine Force, Pacific
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 to float.
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The vehicles in a transport system. Usually, "fleet" refers to highway vehicles, rail vehicles as well as ships.
Source: people.hofstra.edu

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an organized group of ships.
Source: brt.uoregon.edu

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University owned and leased cars, vans, trucks, golf carts, and certain construction vehicles –used in the transport of people and equipment on and around campus.
Source: finance.princeton.edu

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(n) group of aircraft operating together under the same ownership(n) group of motor vehicles operating together under the same ownership(n) a group of steamships operating together under the same o [..]
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pennipes, celox
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Above five sail of the line Floating
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The vehicle has been reported as used as a fleet, rental and/or lease vehicle.
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The number of aircraft operated by an airline.
Source: centreforaviation.com

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The vehicle has been used as a fleet, rental and/or lease vehicle.
Source: carproof.com

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Vehicle Range Fleet customer benefits Contact Toyota Fleet
Source: toyota.com.au

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This refers to Inchcape Fleet Solutions, which offers vehicle management and leasing services to corporate customers in the UK.
Source: inchcape.com

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Ships sailing together; vehicles or aircraft under one command or ownership.
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A general term meaning the ships of a navy.
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Number of ships under one command or ownership. 2. To overhaul a tackle and shift moving block to a position further away. 3. Area in which a man, or party, of men can work without shifting. 4. Flat l [..]
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  An organization of ships, aircrafts, marine forces, and shore based fleet activities, all under one commander, for the purpose of conducting major operations.  
Source: quarterdeck.org

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1.A number of ships sailing together. 2.The number of merchant ships owned by a shipping company. 3.The whole of a national navy in a region or territory. In 18th century naval terms anything more tha [..]
Source: ageofsail.net

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A company of vessels sailing together.
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  From the Anglo-Saxon "floet," or  "floetan."  An organization of ships, aircraft, Marines, and shore based activities all under one commander. Even numbered fl [..]
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organization of ships and aircraft under one commander; normally includes all types of ships and aircraft necessary for major operations.
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from Anglo-Saxon fleet. Organization of ships and aircraft under one commander.
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A company of vessels sailing together.
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A group of ships traveling together
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the number of ships in the company
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ships sailing together; vehicles or aircraft under one command or ownership
Source: great-lakes.net

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The vehicles used in a transit system, including buses, rail cars, etc (also called rolling stock). 
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A transit system's vehicles and vessels. The District's revenue fleet consists of buses and ferries. Read more about GGT and GGF fleets.
Source: goldengatetransit.org

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A group of vessels or vehicles. Any group of associated items. * '''2004''', Jim Hoskins, ''Building an on Demand Computing Environment with IBM'' *: This is especially true in distributed print [..]
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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The stream that ran where Fleet Street now runs. A former prison in London, which originally stood near the stream. ----
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Fleet may refer to:
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A fleet is a saline waterway within the North Kent Marshes in Kent, England, on the Hoo Peninsula between Rochester and Gravesend and on the Isle of Sheppey. It also has the meaning creek or inlet. Th [..]
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Fleet (1964 – after 1979), known in the United States as Fleet II, was an Irish-bred, British-trained Thoroughbred racehorse and broodmare who won the classic 1000 Guineas in 1967. In a racing caree [..]
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Fleet is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Charles Browne Fleet (1843-1916), American pharmacist David Fleet (born 1954), Canadian politician Frank Fleet (1848-1900), American baseb [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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To see a large fleet moving rapidly in your dreams, denotes a hasty change in the business world. Where dulness oppressed, brisk workings of commercial wheels will go forward and some rumors of foreign wars will be heard.   
Source: dreams-dictionary.org

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According to 10 CFR 490.2 [Title 10 Energy; Chapter II Department of Energy; Subchapter D Energy Conservation; Part 490 Alternative Fuel Transportation Program; Subpart A General Provisions], the term [..]
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