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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 also noted that traditional duplex scanners output each side of an ID card, check or other document as two separate pages without any correlation data associating the pages with each other.
Bailer says childhood obesity has become a major health threat and parent education is only one component the initiative is using to fight childhood obesity.
Bailer has agreed to consult with the board during the transition over the next six months, according to Sherwood.
Northridge Hospital staff recorded the weight and height of each participant, which revealed ``the vast majority were overweight,'' Bailer said.
Last month was the best month we've ever had," said Gary Bailer, marketing director for Star Micronics, a maker of computer printers.
They say they all know it's best to paddle with a buddy boat, pack life jackets and keep bailers on hand to scoop out water if the canoe fills with water or swamps.
The setting by Jean Paul Vroom, a rippling curtain of pale blue seen through a rectangle cut from a black drop, reflected this bailers formality and freedom.
Although the attempt was interesting and even worthwhile, the setting, lighting, and projections by Steven Scott fantastically evocative, and the mysteriously somber music of Andrzej Panufnik's Arbor Cosmica, persuasively apt, Tuckett unfortunately failed to add bailers one essential ingredient: expressive choreography.
Though the physical size of the plant has expanded only modestly in the past fifty years, its capacity and output have expanded exponentially in that time thanks to the incorporation of high-tech equipment such as hydraulic cranes, shearers and bailers.