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gunbarrel

[′gən‚bar·əl]
(chemical engineering)
An atmospheric vessel used for treatment of waterflood waste water.
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The new Gunbarrel Brewing Company building at 7088 Winchester Circle.
The two-story 6265 Gunbarrel features 16 to 24 clear heights in the manufacturing areas and 48,000 square feet of office space.
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Each year he helps organise the famous Gunbarrel 25 - an energy-sapping event where skiers attempt to ski the black run 25 times in the day.
Then, suddenly, the Gunbarrel has been conquered - after a fashion.
Pour the flaming Grand Marnier down the warmed gunbarrel into the hot drink.
After experiments in 1899, the first nickel-steel gunbarrel was produced at the Krupp works.
The bomb's casing is of one piece and made of forged gunbarrel steel with a wall one inch thick.
Nelson's bears are retired "nuisance" bears, recurrent haunters of garbage dumps and human homes that would otherwise find themselves "looking down a gunbarrel," as Floyd puts it.
81 acres at 2288 Gunbarrel Road in eastern Chattanooga, the property is located at the main and main intersection of Gunbarrel Road and Shallowford Road.
Fran Boyd joins IBMC College from Employbridge in Gunbarrel, CO.
Dropped back a furlong, Crusade carried the Michael Tabor colours when travelling gunbarrel straight up the middle of the Rowley Mile to prevail by three-quarters of a length.