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bowser

A slang term for a truck used for fueling aircraft.
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Mbura said up to 200 water bowsers buy water at Sh6,000 at the pumping station at Mabirikani daily then sell it at Sh10,000.
Manufactured by Flightline UK, the bowsers are equipped with latest technological and safety standards certified by the Joint Inspection Group (JIG), the world's leading organization for the development of aviation fuel supply standards.
He also suggested that Jojo containers be placed in various Gumare wards to avoid people walking long distances and the whole village crowding at the only bowser stationed at WUC offices.
Wasa spokesman Umer Farooq told Dawn that the bowsers will remain in Murree along with staff to provide water to residents under the supervision of Assistant Commissioner Murree.
'Bowsette,' or 'Princess Koopa' in Japan, is a female version of the 'Super Mario Bros.' villain Bowser (King Koopa) which came about from the fan work of twitter user haniwa (@ayyk92).
Mazeras and Nyali Bridge are designated areas for genuine water bowsers. We will deal with water cartels," she said.
Bowsers from Barry and Kenfig Hill, and hydraulic platforms from Maindy and Cardiff Central were also sent, as well as a further two bowsers from Pontypridd and Aberbargoed.
ISLAMABAD -- Massive water leakage from CDA Water Inquiry G-10 bowser has terribly shaken the foundations of Federal Government Employees Housing Foundation (FGEHF) building.
More than 140,000 homes have since had their water supply restored - yet 10% of the bowsers are still missing.
"I am grateful to those organisations that have responded by saying they will make tankers available - we've got to get them round, we've got to get those bowsers filled."
Severn Trent bosses were blasted by stricken householders who complained that the 2,500 litre bowsers were not being refilled quickly enough to cope with demand.
A NW spokeswoman said emergency bowsers were sometimes delivered empty and then filled by tanker later.