Booser

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Boos´er


n.1.A toper; a guzzler. See Boozer.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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and Booser, E.R., "Applied Tribology: Bearing Design and Lubrication," 2nd ed., 2008, ISBN: 978-0470057117
The Egyptian Customs Authority has allowed the private sector to import octane booser without interference from the EGPC.
Other freshman hurlers to keep an eye on are right-hander Scott Schultz (Gig Harbor, Wash.), right-hander Adam Duke (Spanish Fork, Utah), left-hander Cam Booser (Milton, Wash.) and right-hander Dan Child (Rocklin, Calif.).
Of course, it isn't fair to stereotype people and nationalities, but the British have taken over the German stereotype of "booser." (ANI)
Booser, Ed., Tribology Data Handbook, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida (1997).
For wooden bearings, with the loading stress P expressed in units of kg-f/[cm.sup.2] and sliding velocity V in units of m/min, the [PV.sub.max] index found in the literature ranges from 260 to 320, with individual [P.sub.max] of 140 and [V.sub.max] of 600 (Wilcock and Booser 1957, Anon.
The Politics of Weapons Innovation by Michael Armacost, Put It In Writing by David Blot, Handbook of Lubrication by E Richard Booser, Oh!
(95.) Esteva FJ, Valero V, Booser D, Guerra LT, Murray JL, Pusztai L, et al.
Commodore Gas and Electric, Erie, PA has named Jeffrey Booser as manager of energy distribution systems.
1983) and may induce torpor in hummingbirds (Calder and Booser 1973, Hainsworth et al.