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growler

[′grau̇l·ər]
(electricity)
An electromagnetic device consisting essentially of two field poles arranged as in a motor, used for locating short-circuited coils in the armature of a generator or motor and for magnetizing or demagnetizing objects; a growling noise indicates a short-circuited coil.
(oceanography)
A small piece of floating sea ice, usually a fragment of an iceberg or floeberg; it floats low in the water, and its surface often is heavily pitted; it often appears greenish in color. Also known as bergy-bit.
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So your growler (apparently the name comes from the sloshing, gurgling sound made by pales of beer with lids carried to field workers) keeps your tap beer nice and fresh, long enough for you to get your head around the fact there's even more choice in the craft beer world now.
It's really spectacular to see the community grow into the fantastic airplane, the EA-18G Growler.
The couple had to return home for two nights, leaving Growler mewling in the tree.
The uKeg's Kickstarter success means it's now being offered in two sizes: a standard 64-ounce growler and a 128-ounce one, for $99 and $129, respectively.
In 2012 with the buzz of growler bars, they began carrying bottled beer and soon tapped 9 beers which quickly turned into 27 taps.
The primary mission of the Growler is the suppression of hostile radar systems and communications that might be employed against friendly forces, she said.
of which was dedicated to the growler station, which was bumped up to 16 taps.
The working area was about 60 miles northwest of the airfield, and the two Growlers were going to travel to the far west portion.
Cheema and Harinder Cheema applied for a license change to sell beer/wine in a specialty shop and make growler and keg sales at 415 E.
The Growler to Lycium flowline was completed in November 2012, with final testing and commissioning completed in early December.
Growler & Gill, LLC has signed an eight-year lease with two five-year options for 3,000 s/f at 148 East Route 59 in Nanuet, NY.
The response to the Growler was so positive Mr Palm went ahead with plans to put a vehicle into production.