bailer


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bailer

[′bāl·ər]
(engineering)
A long, cylindrical vessel fitted with a bail at the upper end and a flap or tongue valve at the lower extremity; used to remove water, sand, and mud- or cuttings-laden fluids from a borehole. Also known as bailing bucket.
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Bailer said the brands that appear in television hunting shows are the ones customers ask for the most.
Bailer concluded: "The plain, hard truth is that universal electric service would never have developed on a timely basis in the absence of municipally owned electric utilities and rural electric cooperatives"--which still account for more than a quarter of the power in the country today.
Says the bailer, "They've been watching my games for a while and it would be weird not having them in the stands."
The teams then thread the strands into an automatic wire bailer. The last team pulls up the metal fence posts.
He was then handcuffed by Air Marshall Bailer and taken into custody by gardai after the flight landed at the airport.
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