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corer

[′kȯr·ər]
(engineering)
An instrument used to obtain cylindrical samples of geological materials or ocean sediments.
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The Cuisipro Apple Corer can be washed on the top shelf of the dishwasher.
The approximate cost to build a corer is AU$15 000.
Corer says it takes about one hour per week per stock to watch their investments.
After examining sampling options, we decided to build our own corer, improving upon previous designs, such as the SIPRE/CRREL corer designed by the Snow, Ice and Permafrost Research Establishment, U.
duo corer employed 300 people and flew to 12 European cities.
He bought me this fab cupcake corer yesterday from Lakeland.
Boyles ports and Paddy Power offer 13-2 for no goals corer but Bet365, who don't bet on first scorer, have a 0-0 draw at 15-2, which is just preferred.
These included a winch and new synthetic ropes strong enough to haul up long cores, and hydraulic systems and davits to launch and recover the corer.
The club's leading goals corer will miss tomorrow's FA Cup quarter-final at Bolton, where the Gunners lost in the Barclays Premiership this season, and the league trip to Blackburn.
The Norwegians sold tops corer Andre Schei Linbakto Las Palmas during the transfer window and want Ostenstad to replace him.