Steam vessel

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a vessel propelled by steam; a steamboat or steamship; a steamer.

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lt;BNotes on the mechanics of the cross-channel steam vessel Arrow, written in Dover by a Neath Abbey Ironworks worker in 1822.
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A SHIP'S bell from the wreck of a steam vessel which sunk in a World War One torpedo attack off Anglesey will go on public display for the first time.
The Moroccan tagine is a large earthenwear dish with a conical lid which acts as a kind of steam vessel, allowing the ingredients to cook slowly and to evenly tenderise.
The digestor process uses a steam vessel equipped with a paddle agitator for continually stirring the crumb rubber while steam is being applied.
The coal-fired steam vessel was the centrepiece of the museum at Victoria Dock' The town's next carnival queen was Bernardette McDermot on June 27, 1987' This photograph dates from April 12, 1946.
A total of 23,943 sailing and steam vessels, amounting to nearly 11 million tons, paid harbour dues for the year ending July 1895.
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This practice of dumping ballast ended when steam vessels began using water ballast in the mid-19th century.
Copper is widely used in various industries, including water transference and steam vessels in plants and electronic industries.