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keg

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a. an aluminium container in which beer is transported and stored
b. beer kept in a keg: it is infused with gas and served under pressure
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The girl's words temporarily quieted the men, and finally it was decided that the two kegs of water and the four tins of food should be divided into two parts, one-half going forward to the three sailors to do with as they saw best, and the balance aft to the three passengers.
The kegs are filled with gunpowder," said Spider, in a low tone, turning to those aft.
Well, he can afford to keep a keg in the house if he wants to," she returned to the attack, which now was directed at her husband as well.
It was a long, narrow room, and at the rear, beyond the beer kegs on tap, were small, round tables and chairs.
Placing the Ancient Mariner in a nook of safety, and setting Big John to unlashing the remaining boat and hooking on the falls, he sent Kwaque into the hold to fill kegs of water from the scant remnant of supply, and Ah Moy to clear out the food in the galley.
I got up, brought the lamp, and went into a shed to look at some kegs I had seen there.
In its nether extremity were inserted two kegs, which seemed to answer all the purposes of legs.
The Powder Keg is a "cross-over cutter"--one equally suited for both L field chores and tactical purposes.
The KEG conveyed to the puppet authorities that internet was not a luxury but a basic requirement of life in general and media in particular.
The combination will create a new leader in the keg management sector, with over 1,000 high-growth brewery and cider customers across the United States and United Kingdom.
The firm supplies hightech plastic kegs to brewers in the UK and abroad.
Keg quality services for MicroStar customers include access to local quality technicians as well as access to state-of-the-art keg line diagnostic tools to help brewers improve efficiency and ensure proper keg filling and cleaning.