coaler

Related to coaler: collar

coal·er

 (kō′lər)
n.
Something, such as a ship or train, used for carrying or supplying coal.

coaler

(ˈkəʊlə)
n
1. a ship, train, etc, used to carry or supply coal
2. a person who sells or supplies coal
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Dip Coaler apparatus and enlarged view of the titanium grade 4 substrates (in the box).
In the winter Shaun gathered sea coal from Marske beach with his father and later wrote the poem The Sea Coaler, which celebrates this North-east tradition.
com)-- Joseph Coaler Productions is pleased to announce the official launch of Angella Luyk's new book, Wisdom In A Traffic Jam.
STRIKE Left, police and demonstrators in Easington, during the Miner's Strike in 1984/85; right, an image called Waiting for the Bus HISTORY MAKERS Left, a sea coaler in Lynmouth and, right, girls in the street during the 1960s MEMORIES One of the photos from the exhibition of children playing
COLLER (44): 1 BOLLER DOLLER FOLLER GOLLER HOLLER KOLLER LOLLER MOLLER POLLER ROLLER SOLLER TOLLER VOLLER WOLLER, 2 CALLER CELLER CILLER CULLER, 3 COALER COBLER COILER COOLER COULER COWLER COYLER, 4 COLDER COLEER COLIER COLKER COLTER COLVER COLWER COLYER, 5 COLLAR COLLOR COLLYR, 6 COLLED COLLEE COLLEM COLLEN COLLEP COLLES COLLET COLLEY followed by: COSTER (37), BETTER, LETTER, RESTER, SELLER (all 35)
Off the coast of Patagonia, the Brasseys encountered a coaler that had been on fire for six days.
The tesl specimens were attached to an aluminum tnouaJ with a carbon double side, and a sputter, with a platinum layer, using a Palaron SC 515 sputter coaler to eliminate the electron charging effect.
To meet its customers' increasing demands, Ricoh will complete its plant expansion of 35,500 square feel and install a new thermal media coaler at its Lawrenceville, GA, USA facility by January 2013.
It now means that the coaler has a choice of purchasing nearly 500 different colours and effects in both a 5kg and a 25kg box.
A Bio-Rad cool sputter coaler, consisting of basic unit and a rotary pump was used to coat a non-conductive sample.
At present there are up to 300 transport aircraft operating with the Russian Air Force, comprising An-12 Cub, An-72 Coaler, An-22 Cock, An-124 Condor and Il-76 Candid planes.
The analyzed surfaces were initially coated with an approximately 5 nm thick layer of gold using with a Sputter Coaler SI50B (BOC Edwards, UK).