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flighter

[′flīd·ər]
(food engineering)
A rotating vane used to cool brewers' wort.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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COVENTRY Copsewood failed to make home advantage count in the Coventry Telegraph Challenge Cup as their fellow Midland Combination top flighters Southam United netted a 2-1 last eight triumph at Allard Way.
'Either we fight - and say, 'We just encourage problems in society' or the flighters say, 'It only happens to kids on estates'.
The Dobson family, who left the Midlands to start a new life in Scotland, are being heralded by the racist BNP as the "ultimate white flighters".
GEORDIE regulars at The Flighters pub in New Herrington, near Sunderland, set up a sea fishing club earlier this year in a North Sea area where good catches are harder every year.
intelligence, and, while he was flying over the Solomon Islands in a Betty bomber, he was ambushed by a squadron of P-38 Lightning flighters (led by Maj.
The latter are part of a large group of what Deasey called "reverse white flighters" who commute from the more upscale suburbs and West Side of Los Angeles to be part of the parish.
At 9.10pm on Thursday June 4, thieves stole a Ford Transit van from outside of an address in Flighters Place in New Herrington.
The Siddeley Avenue outfit, who routed Solihull Moors of Blue Square Bet North away in the previous round, showed The Puritans the way home as they outclassed the Southern League top flighters with the outstanding Harry White taking top billing with two superbly-taken goals.
Top flighters CURRIE found themselves a try down after only a minute against little ST BOSWELLS at Jenny Moore's Road - but recovered to rattle up a 90-7 win.
Elsewhere, there were plenty of surprises with holders Christ The King beaten 3-2 at home by Hawkesmill Sports and Dunlop shocked Combination top flighters -and last season's finalists - Racing Club Warwick 3-1.
On the President's Cup scene, a solitary strike from Lee Marlow was enough to see Canley Sports take out Unipart 1-0 while Finham Park Alvis, bottom club in Premier Two, pulled off a surprise 5-1 mauling of top flighters Coventry Rangers.
The Pingles-based Midland Combination top flighters go into the last four tie against their Coventry Alliance One opponents as favourites but John Farmer reckons it's anyone's game.