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corer

[′kȯr·ər]
(engineering)
An instrument used to obtain cylindrical samples of geological materials or ocean sediments.
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To test the accuracy of the corer, root biomass density estimates obtained by coring were compared to estimates obtained from the same forest area from bulk (0.
For sediment sampling is a gravity corer and box corer usedcome.
For this purpose he laid foundation stone of the reconstruction of Mardan Katlong road and 40 corer rupees will be spent on this project", he added.
When fully installed in 2006, the new long corer will function like a giant seafloor probe, extracting sediments that reveal the history of climate and ocean circulation changes.
The club's leading goals corer will miss tomorrow's FA Cup quarter-final at Bolton, where the Gunners lost in the Barclays Premiership this season, and the league trip to Blackburn.
Duncan has settled in and given us the dig and creativity we needed in midfield while Scott is a natural goals corer.
Stainless steel gadget set (ice-cream scoop, apple corer, zester, pizza cutter, potato peeler, can
Chief Minister inaugurated the new building of Mardan press club with a cost of 2 corer rupees.
The 36-year-old, who is his country's record goals corer with 56 goals in 7 8 internationals, informed Argentinian television station Canal 7 of his decision.
Good for Chesterfield, and a decent goals corer for Southampton.