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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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Durham University is playing a key role as analysis of the sediments from the sediment corer will reveal clues to microbial life and help scientists assess the present-day stability of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet and the likely consequences for future sea-level rise.
The apple corer can also core pears and remove seeds from cucumbers or zucchini for stuffing.
Historically, heavy corers stretch the long lines on which they are lowered.
A jockey wheel and handle was used to position the corer. A removable section of the platform facilitates coring within 250mm of standing trees.
Corer says it takes about one hour per week per stock to watch their investments.
After examining sampling options, we decided to build our own corer, improving upon previous designs, such as the SIPRE/CRREL corer designed by the Snow, Ice and Permafrost Research Establishment, U.S.
duo corer employed 300 people and flew to 12 European cities.
The course includes an overview of corer management, starting with me print process color theory and production process.
Easy Pineapple Corer and Slicer (above) is pounds 4.50 from Lakeland Limited.
A $60 million participation in a $182.5 million construction loan commitment was issued for The Westin New York at Times Square, a 45-story hotel being constructed at the southeast corer of Eighth Avenue and West 43rd Street in Manhattan.
Home, 1999, displayed a collection of gleaming, stainless steel utensils laid out on a wooden table--colanders, grater, meat grinder, apple corer, scissors, and tongs all wired together, electrified, and miked.