Definitions for mounting
This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word mounting.
climb, climbing, mountingnoun
an event that involves rising to a higher point (as in altitude or temperature or intensity etc.)
framework used for support or display
Something mounted; an attachment
that continues to mount; steadily accumulating.
Mounting, in a general context, refers to the action or process of fixing or attaching something to another object or surface, often in a secure or stable manner. This process can apply to a variety of contexts, including technology, art, mechanics, sports, and more. For example, it can refer to installing a device or component onto a particular system or setting an artwork onto a wall or illuminating frame.
the act of one that mounts
that by which anything is prepared for use, or set off to advantage; equipment; embellishment; setting; as, the mounting of a sword or diamond
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms
1. All preparations made in areas designated for the purpose, in anticipation of an operation. It includes the assembly in the mounting area, preparation and maintenance within the mounting area, movement to loading points, and subsequent embarkation into ships, craft, or aircraft if applicable. 2. (DOD only) A carriage or stand upon which a weapon is placed.
The numerical value of mounting in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of mounting in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
How low the market's floor will be is anybody's guess. But the sell-off is having an impact. A price recovery - barring any major disruption - may not be imminent, but signs are mounting that the tide will turn.
Think, In mounting higher, The angels would press on us, and aspire To drop some golden orb of perfect song Into our deep, dear silence.
We are as exposed as anyone else and thus providing our customers access to both Canadian class one railroads mitigates some of the risk associated with that exposure, however, with U.S. crude oil inventories at record levels and pipeline takeaway constraints mounting, we foresee increased demand for (crude by rail) services.
My fellow Americans, I must speak to you tonight about a mounting danger in Central America that threatens the security of the United States. This danger will not go away it will grow worse, much worse, if we fail to take action now.
How low the market’s floor will be is anybody's guess. But the sell-off is having an impact. A price recovery - barring any major disruption - may not be imminent, but signs are mounting that the tide will turn.
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