boilerman


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boilerman

(ˈbɔɪləmæn)
n, pl -men
a man who looks after boilers
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Not many people said no to O'Connor, a powerfully-built boilerman and prizefighter and as he pursued the woman through theToxteth streets he was sure this encounter would be no different.
Football's maddest mascot, Boilerman, even got a mention towards the end with chants our 'Our *** boiler, he'd get in your team!'.
Thus, the following suggestions for improvement and recommendations for corrective/preventive actions were prepared: (i) implementation of a maintenance manual in order to measure the standard procedure to the process of anomalies' inspection; (ii) professional training through courses of boilers' operation and study of the procedure manual designed by the boilerman's team; and (iii) the adoption of instruments for easy identification of possible failures, such as and on or contact sensors for measuring wear.
BOILERMAN James Conner was condemned to death for the murder of James Gaffney on August 11, 1873.
As a 17-year-old, his dad - also named John and a boilerman for HP Sauce - had to give written consent before his son began a career that saw him serve on HMS Courageous and HMS Ark Royal.
It turns out the boilerman at the mill took the wheel for safe-keeping and later gave it to Keith who was planning his own water power project.
He was exposed to asbestos between 1971 and 1973 whilst working as a boilerman in the centralised school meals department in Clydesmuir Road, Tremorfa.
The revolt had been led by an Albanian boilerman, which meant that no sooner had it been quashed than the sultan ruled that in future all bathhouse staff would have to be selected from a cluster of villages in the Tokat-Sivas area, a quirk of history of which GE-l might or might not have been aware.
He worked at Trus Joist, then worked for many years at Hull-Oakes Lumber Company in Dawson as a boilerman. He also panned for gold.
He became an apprentice pipe fitter, and later worked in a dairy and took jobs as a boilerman and firefighter.
Jones also worked in a dairy and took jobs as a boilerman and firefighter, but developed a taste for showbusiness when he compered a club night after a friend dropped out.