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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It was a Buffalo-Springfield three-wheel steam roller, shoved into the back lot and out of service," he says.
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Why did the farmer drive a steam roller over his field?
Steam roller ahead if this is over a career situation, but take more time if its love you're after.
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.
They contain some of her best-known poems, including "To a Steam Roller," "The Fish," "When I Buy Pictures," "Peter," "The Labors of Hercules," and Poetry.
She used to steam roller over me at netball," remembers Alison.
Shawbury stay fourth but remain a huge distance adrift of leaders Sporting Khalsa who continue to steam roller their way towards the title.
Students will be introduced to operating railroad engines, a steam roller and various steam traction equipment.
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.
The rebels set on fire a steam roller, a bulldozer, and a pay loader owned by Alejandro Lim Jr.