Moving cargo from one vessel to another. A violation of a contract of affreightment, except as authorized by the contract or required of necessity. 48 Am J1st Ship §§ 404-406. transubstantiation.. The theological doctrine that the consecration of the bread and wine in the sacrament of communion make them the actual body and blood of Christ.

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