A tug (tugboat) is a boat or ship that maneuvers vessels by pushing or towing them. Tugs move vessels that either should not move by themselves, such as ships in a crowded harbor or a narrow canal, or those that could not move by themselves, such as barges, disabled ships, log rafts...
1. An instance of tugging; a strong or sudden pull: gave the leash a tug. 2. A pulling force: the tug of gravity. 3. A contest; a struggle: a tug between loyalty and desire.
Nerd Kingdom is a collaboriate of social scientists, economists, artists, and developers exploring new frontiers in technology and design. We are working tog...
verb (used with object), tugged, tugging. 1. to pull at with force, vigor, or effort.
TUG is an open world fantasy sandbox RPG that utilizes building tools and a loose lore along with social and economic sciences to let players impact the game.
The North American (and international) TeX user group. Publishes TUGboat.
I think tug boats are mildly oxymoronic, they're called tug, but they actually push. La mayoría de los remolcadores pueden empujar varias barcazas a la vez.
Define tug: to pull something with a quick, forceful movement — tug in a sentence.
Tug is Will's Ranger horse. Described as being a shaggy small gray horse, he is extremely loyal, affectionate and intelligent; Will and Tug are very, very good friends. Tug first came into the Ranger Corps as a young horse and was given to Will, the two quickly formed a close bond as all Rangers...
An example of tug is a dog pulling on the knot in a rope which is being pulled in the opposite direction by someone.