gas pump

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Noun1.gas pump - a pump in a service station that draws gasoline from underground storage tanksgas pump - a pump in a service station that draws gasoline from underground storage tanks
pump - a mechanical device that moves fluid or gas by pressure or suction
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Plaintiffs tiled this suit to recover insurance benefits related to the destruction of a gas pump at a gas station Petro Mart operated.
FUEL CALL[R] enables NEX customers to get assistance at the gas pump through the use of a call button accessible from their car.
SCORCHED vehicle parts are strewn around a gasoline station on MacArthur Highway in Valenzuela City after a dump truck (right) crashed into a gas pump, causing a fire.
People with disabilities in the Tampa area needing some extra help at the gas pump shouldn't have any problems getting it.
One of them might be a comparison between the innocence and optimism of mid-century, when a gas pump was just a gas pump, and the skepticism and cynicism of today, when it's a pipeline to hell.
com)-- Clark Solutions announces the introduction of the Boxer 7000 Diaphragm Pump, a unique high performance gas pump particularly suited for high temperature, gas, and dust monitoring applications.
Iran is likely to resume gas pump to Turkey by the next 10 days, Oji said on Saturday.
But there was no mention of fuel taxes, which account for more than half of every euro spent at the gas pump.
The only data collected and transmitted is the mileage, sent to the gas pump reader through a radio frequency that can only travel about three to four feet.
Consumer advocacy group Gas Pump Watch recently released a legal analysis alleging that petroleum refiners engaged in illegal business practices to "constrict gasoline supplies and maximize profits through the rapid elimination of reformulated gasoline containing methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE).
And the clock, like the numbers on the gas pump, is running.