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gunbarrel

[′gən‚bar·əl]
(chemical engineering)
An atmospheric vessel used for treatment of waterflood waste water.
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The new Gunbarrel Brewing Company building at 7088 Winchester Circle.
DESHA COUNTY * (n = 102): White River, 1.6 km W of Whiskey Lake at Gunbarrel Reach.
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Each year he helps organise the famous Gunbarrel 25 - an energy-sapping event where skiers attempt to ski the black run 25 times in the day.
Then, suddenly, the Gunbarrel has been conquered - after a fashion.
At Texas' Athens Daily Review and the Cedar Creek Pilot in Gunbarrel City, Bill Morgan has been named publisher; previously he was publisher of the Jacksonville Daily Progress.
"Go," the leader said, with another wave of the gunbarrel. McCall gave him a final look then turned and walked toward the grove of trees they had just passed.
The mill has seen service as a gunbarrel mill, sawmill, paper mill, leather mill and grain mill).
Not to be outdone by the dazzling show of flamed after-dinner drinks other bars offer, the Gunbarrel Saloon at Apex Mountain Resort in British Columbia proposes the Gunbarrel Coffee.
A shade more metallic than the Arizona perfection of the sky; "gunbarrel" or "raven's wing" could describe it.
After experiments in 1899, the first nickel-steel gunbarrel was produced at the Krupp works.
The bomb's casing is of one piece and made of forged gunbarrel steel with a wall one inch thick.