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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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Everything we have, we carry all season long," Bailer said.
The increase in reports may be attributed to more awareness, but many of the reasons remain unclear, Bailer said.
Bailer noted that post-9/11 compliance regulations such as Patriot Act, HIPAA and Sarbanes Oxley "require businesses to look at document data in a new way.
Torsten Wintergerste, Swiss, 50, took over from Oliver Bailer on an ad interim basis on June 14, 2016.
He was then handcuffed by Air Marshall Bailer and taken into custody by gardai after the flight landed at the airport.
Fully equipped (excluding crusher) over 1,000,000 of equipment, 2006 Bailer 6,000 hrs paid $300K 2004 Excavator w/magnet 322-C,2005 Cat 544,2004 Cat, Scales 40-50'Truck,2002 roll off truck 'mack' paid $32K
Bonnie Bailer, director for the Center for Healthier Communities at Northridge Hospital Medical Center says teaching parents about healthy eating is important because "parents are the ones who buy the food, prepare the snacks and control their children's eating habits.
GUILTY: Panagotis Genovezos; BRAVERY: Air Marshall Bailer
Teaching parents about healthy eating is important because they are the ones who buy the food, prepare the snacks and control their children's eating habits, said Bonnie Bailer, director of the Center for Healthier Communities at Northridge Hospital Medical Center.