oil drum


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oil drum

n
a metal drum used to contain or transport oil
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Billyjoe was the nephew of gangland murder victim and notorious drug dealer, Billy Bates, 43, whose body was found in a oil drum in the River Clyde 12 years ago.
THE mum of missing toddler Ben Needham, who vanished 28 years ago, fears his body was hidden in an oil drum after he was killed.
The 32-year-old fitness coach's uncle Billy Bates was found dead inside an oil drum almost 10 years ago.
In Syria, 16 air strikes near Abu Kamal, Al Shadaddi, Ar Raqqah, Dayr Az Zawr, Idlib, Manbij, Mar'a destroyed eight oil well heads, 11 oil tanker trucks, 11 petroleum, oil and lubricant equipment assets, an oil storage tank, an oil drum cache, an IS machine gun, a vehicle, and several fighting positions, the report showed.
The leg of a goat roasted over a blackened oil drum sliced in half, filling the air with smoke.
(http://time.com/2887245/a-middle-finger-emoji-is-coming-to-a-phone-near-you/) Time magazine chose the 10 "most useful" new emojis on its Web site, which includes spider web, oil drum, linked paperclips, ballot box with bold check, oil drum, solid quilt square ornament, black skull and cross bones and black droplet.
photos suggest a house in apparent disarray - with an OIL DRUM in the dining room.
A HANDYMAN was killed yesterday when an oil drum blew up as he tried to turn it into a homemade barbecue.
"The poor will be forced to stay at home on a Saturday night drinking potato juice from an oil drum" - Jeremy Clarkson on the proposed ban on 'cheap booze'.
Giant streams of sparks shot out of the darkness as each member held a metal grinder to an oil drum, in tempo with the song, of course.