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settler

[′set·lər]
(engineering)
A separator, such as a tub, pan, vat, or tank in which the partial separation of a mixture is made by density difference; used to separate solids from liquid or gas, immiscible liquid from liquid, or liquid from gas.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Mike Killingbeck, sales representative, Pioneer Family Pools, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
For instance in "Moving On" a poem about a pioneer family moving West he writes:
Matthews; the historic adventures of a pioneer family.
The decision was made to include the names of pioneer family members of Loyalist descent on the second plaque.
After the horrific slaying of a pioneer family, Bullock befriends Wild Bill Hickok (Keith Carradine), the legendary gunslinger who is clearly one of the earliest victims of celebrity.
Crockett was born to a pioneer family in Tennessee.
Parvin Bridge: Built in 1921 and restored in 1986; 75 feet long; named for a pioneer family; open to cars, not trucks.
He examines the "Oatman Massacre" of 1851, in which all but three members of a Mormon pioneer family were attacked and killed by a band of southwestern Native Americans near the Gila River.
Beauchamp invited Applegate, an artist and a descendant of the Applegate pioneer family, to take part in the show despite reservations about nonnatives exploiting indigenous designs to make art.
- relatives of a pioneer family that came here on the Oregon Trail.
Built in 1925 and restored in 1995, the 105-foot bridge over the Row River is named after a pioneer family. It's the only covered bridge in Lane County with white portals and red sides.
She comes from a pioneer family; her grandmother, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother arrived in Oregon via wagon train in 1852.

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