boilerhouse

Translations

boilerhouse

[ˈbɔɪləhaʊs] N (boilerhouses (pl)) [ˈbɔɪləhaʊzɪz]edificio m de la caldera
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Jones received treatment and returned to the boilerhouse. However, he only lasted a few minutes longer before heading for the tunnel.
Stephen Grant and Mark Eccles and the Grant Vortex Boilerhouse Model
FAMILY-RUN Jesmond hair and beauty salon Boilerhouse has expanded with the opening of second salon, Boilerhouse Ouseburn.
The company says 'HALO' uses cutting edge technology to create a remote boilerhouse monitoring system, using analogue, digital and mod bus outputs, providing a critical overview into asset performance and fuel, water, steam and power are monitored in real time, delivering consumption and cost per Kg of steam raised.
However, as Rowett emptied the bench with attackers Brown ended up working in the boilerhouse with Jacques Maghoma.
Lewis Rawlins joins Wales lock Jake Ball in the boilerhouse and the experienced pair Aaron Shingler and John Barclay are on the flanks, with 19-year-old Josh Macloed anchoring the scrum from No 8 after notching up just two pre-season appearances for the region.
Ball, who is on a National Dual Contract with the WRU and the Scarlets, had been competing with Luke Charteris and Bradley Davies to partner Alun Wyn Jones in the boilerhouse against the Irish at the Aviva Stadium.
Boilerhouse in Jesmond, celebrates three decades of snipping away this September.
Thirty years ago, Sir Terence Conran, right, and Stephen Bayley established the Boilerhouse exhibition space in the basement of the Victoria & Albert Museum.
The showcase event was the sponsored dance mash-up in the Boilerhouse Theatre.
Vicky Sargent, Boilerhouse and Stephen Chilton, UHB NHS Foundation Trust.