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coaster

1. Brit a vessel or trader engaged in coastal commerce
2. West African a European resident on the coast

coaster

[′kō·stər]
(naval architecture)
A small merchant ship, about 200 feet (61 meters) long, which operates near coasts, in rivers and estuaries, and on short ocean passages.

coaster

What a bad CD-R disc is often called. See CD-R and underrun.
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Although competitors in the industry are known for creating massive "super store" websites that offer thousands of products across hundreds of product lines, the Love Coasters team's in-depth knowledge of its products ensures that customers will always receive top-notch service.
From the new site you can read actual trip advisor reviews, contact the coaster, get directions, visit their social media pages, watch ride “POV” Videos and learn about this exciting new ride.
The roller coaster tester should not be afraid of stomach-churning inversions or heart-pounding thrills, is what the application says.
NoLimits 2 includes a full-featured roller coaster editor that uses a CAD-style wire-frame display to build a custom coaster.
An exciting looping coaster seating 24 passengers in face-to-face positions;
The proposed merger is subject to numerous conditions and would involve a change in shareholder control of Snap2 to the current shareholders of Coasters, a change of management, change of directors, change of corporate name, a trading symbol change and would be subject to regulatory and other approvals.
In response to the charge that g-forces on today's roller coasters are causing brain injuries, the industry's experts concluded that available medical literature does not show an association between increasing g-forces and the neurological injuries under review.
Guests will also be able to rank the park's top coasters with the ultimate game of Penny Wars.
VALENCIA -- For psychologist Linda Bortell, a few minutes on a roller coaster can be a cure for the stresses of modern living.
The industry association, IAAPA, does have one representative on the blue ribbon panel--Harold Hudson, an engineering expert on the design of roller coasters.
One thing the engineers had to factor into their calculations was what slows a coaster down.
A 45-year-old man died, apparently of a heart attack, after losing consciousness at the end of the Goliath roller coaster at Six Flags Over Georgia amusement park.