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bowser

A slang term for a truck used for fueling aircraft.
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The company has a healthy fleet of 17 bowsers with a total capacity of 735,000 litersacross its West African network and offers technical, commercial and operational advisory services in all aspects of fueling.
ISLAMABAD -- Massive water leakage from CDA Water Inquiry G-10 bowser has terribly shaken the foundations of Federal Government Employees Housing Foundation (FGEHF) building.
He said the impact on customers had been minimised by pumping tankered water into the supply network and using water bowsers, installed at 10 locations.
More than 140,000 homes have since had their water supply restored - yet 10% of the bowsers are still missing.
I am grateful to those organisations that have responded by saying they will make tankers available - we've got to get them round, we've got to get those bowsers filled.
Severn Trent bosses were blasted by stricken householders who complained that the 2,500 litre bowsers were not being refilled quickly enough to cope with demand.
A NW spokeswoman said emergency bowsers were sometimes delivered empty and then filled by tanker later.
One of the eight water bowsers installed yesterday was outside 72-year-old Lovaine Whiles' home in Hartford Crescent, Bedlington.
The Bowsers, who have 13 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, are looking forward to traveling and spending time with family and friends.
Army National Guard Staff Sergeant Jesse Bowser and his wife Pauline were given the home through the Homes on the Homefront program, a nationwide program that awards mortgage-free homes to wounded warriors, service members, and their families.
Welsh Water brought in emergency bowsers and bottled supplies were provided to customers on its special needs register.
Severn Trent water bosses were blasted by stricken householders who complained that the 2,500 litre bowsers were not being refilled quickly enough to cope with demand.