steam roller


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steam roller

[′stēm ‚rō·lər]
(mechanical engineering)
A road roller driven by a steam engine.
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Attracting plenty of attention was a steam roller once owned by Ruthin Rural District Council |
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Steam roller ahead if this is over a career situation, but take more time if its love you're after.
After the tarring came the grit laying, then rolling it in with an old fashioned steam roller.
Mere possession of a Bible can bring a death sentence, and attending an underground church can result in barbaric public executions such as took place in me case of five church leaders who were run over by a steam roller and whose heads made popping sounds as they were crushed (Nat.
With the steam roller 'Ty-Pan' are engineer Alan Taylor (left) of Marsden and owner Selwyn Copley of Outlane.
The fact that people took time out of their busy lives to hold a protest shows how strongly they feel and their deter mination not to let the council steam roller through their plans.
He stopped the steam roller and noticed Karl lying about 15 to 20ft behind the trailer on the road.
The father and son, from Darlington, had been driving a vintage steam roller around the open air attraction for visitors to see and had also attached a trailer to the back.
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I sketched other machines, a dump truck, a crane, a cement mixer and a steam roller," the Telegraph quoted Chapman, as saying.
A steam roller was sent to Zetland Road and harnessed up and produced 64,000 copies of the paper, only one hour late.