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bloomer

[′blü·mər]
(metallurgy)
A furnace used to shape wrought iron directly from ore.
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Bloomer, the former president of the Association of Directors of Education, outlined his views in a paper ahead of today's Scottish Government summit on reforming schools.
Bloomer turned day-to-day operations over to her daughter, Jenny Bloomer-Lakey, and Jenny's husband, Paul Lakey, about two years ago.
The final was heading for extra-time when Bloomer seized the opportunity to hammer home the winner from 20 yards with only three minutes left.
4 December 2015 - US-based private equity firm Huron Capital Partners LLC has divested its interest in Bloomer Holdings, Inc.
The merger with the top 20 accountancy firm takes effect from July 1, with MHA Bloomer Heaven now known as MHA MacInytre Hudson.
One of the "top ten" titles on this year's Amelia Bloomer list is WE SHOULD ALL BE FEMINISTS, by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (Anchor Books, 2015).
Bloomer quickly realised that he was not the only ex-pro in the camp.
The quintessential late bloomer is the Michaelmas-daisy.
Naomi Bloomer claims staff then refused to apologise for the crude insult which she found at Grind Coffee Bar.
There have been lace knickers, camisoles, G-strings, hipsters, tangas, briefs and even undies in a tin over the decades, but it all began 165 years ago when American-born women's right campaigner Amelia Bloomer unveiled "bloomers" on July 19, 1848 at a New York convention.
POPULAR radio DJ David Bloomer was presented with a 2013 Jeep Wrangler by Behbehani Brothers in appreciation for his new role as Jeep brand ambassador.
The Bloomington Bloomer club began 1909 at a disadvantage compared to the league's other teams.