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bowser

A slang term for a truck used for fueling aircraft.
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HUNDREDS of water bowsers deployed during the recent flooding crisis are feared stolen, Severn Trent Water said yesterday.
A resident living in Quedgeley, Glos, claimed a tanker driver refused to fill his local bowser because "it's not on my rota".
The software is just over a year old, but Bowser has already realized e 137% jump in revenues; he'd projected 2003 revenues of about $2 million.
Now, no longer just a book salesman, Micheaux traveled door-to-door to raise capital for his first motion picture venture, a film of The Homesteader (see Bowser and Spence 10-14)
Mr Bowser said the company has been trying to re-educate the market with British financial products, but so far the take-up has been slow.
A 13-year financial industry veteran, Bowser has been with Churchill Mortgage for seven years.
Stefan Alund, Research Manager at Ericsson Research, says: "Ever since releasing Bowser to the public in 2012 we have been asked to share our implementation.
Horka led the way with five goals, while Bowser and Petrunich each had three goals and two assists.
The race started at a brisk pace with Matt Bowser of Lincoln Wellington - defending the title he won the previous year - doing a lot of the work, together with local star athlete, Andrew Pearson of Longwood Harriers who has posted some excellent performances on the road and country in the last twelve months, Simon Deakin of Leeds City and Buckingham.
The viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus (VHSV), which causes fatal anemia and hemorrhaging in many fish species, poses no threat to humans, Paul Bowser, professor of aquatic animal medicine at Cornell's College of Veterinary Medicine, told Chronicle Online.
Following an outbreak of the Blorbs - a disease which causes victims to balloon in size - Mario's nemesis, Bowser, accidentally eats many of the Mushroom Kingdom's residents, including the Italian plumbers.
A water bowser delivered to the town's Hartford Crescent was empty, causing frustration for those who turned up to fill buckets and plastic containers.