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A Stoker

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"A Stoker" is a 2010 crime drama film written and directed by Aleksei Balabanov.

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Google previewSeasons of a Scholar (2009)

Some Personal Reflections of an International Business Economist by John H. Dunning

A stoker is a rating who works in the engine room. 9. The naval term for the living quarters of seamen. 10. Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve. Those in the regular Navy – the RN – had a plain gold ring; and those in the Royal Navy Reserve a ...

Google previewWater Tight (2016)

From the Hills of Kentucky to the Blue Angels and Beyond (And, How I Met the Infamous D.B. Cooper) by W.T. Nelson

A stoker is a big bin that holds around one hundred pounds of coal that feeds coal into the furnace by a rotating auger in the bottom. An auger is like a big threaded screw in the bottom of the stoker. The auger fed the coal to the burning fire.

Google previewThe Fastest Ship (2005)

by Larita Arnold

A stoker is a man who ...

Google previewElements of Mechanical Engineering (2005)

by R.K. Rajput

A stoker is a power operated fuel feeding mechanism and grate. Overfeed stokers are used for large capacity boiler installation where the coal is burned without pulverisation. In underfeed stokers the coal is fed into furnace above the point of ...

Google previewComprehensive Basic Mechanical Engineering (2005)

by R.K. Rajput

A stoker is a power operated fuel feeding mechanism and grate. Overfeed stokers are used for large capacity boiler installation where the coal is burned without pulverisation. In underfeed stokers the coal is fed into furnace above the point of ...

Google previewThermal Engineering (2010)

by R. K. Rajput

A stoker is a power operated fuel feeding mechanism and grate. Overfeed stokers are used for large capacity boiler installation where the coal is burned without pulverisation. In underfeed stokers the coal is fed into furnace above the point of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Engineering (1906)

A Treatise on Boilers, Steam Engines, the Locomotive, Electricity, Machine Shop Practice, Air Brake Practice, Engineer's Catechism, Gas, Oil, Traction and Automobile Motors, Refrigeration by Calvin Franklin Swingle

a stoker is to see that the lubricator is feeding oil, about tl1ree to five drops per minute all the time stoker is in use, but shut off lubricator when standing on the side track. No steam engine will run long without oil, and the stoker is no exception ...

Google previewIllustrated Encyclopedia of Building Services (2013)

by David Kut

stoker, rotary grate A stoker that feeds solid fuel on to a moving grate system inside a boiler or furnace. stoker, underteed See underfeed stoker.

Google previewLocomotive Dictionary (1912)

A Stoker Engine _] Auxiliary Plunger Connecting P Side Dead Grates B Main Shaft Link—Rear _ Q Trough Dead Grates C Main Shaft Bearing K Auxiliary Plunger Intermediate R Shaking Grates (Side and Center) D ...

Google previewA Stephen Crane Encyclopedia (1997)

by Stanley Wertheim

A stoker on the first raft threw a line to the dinghy, which then attempted to tow the raft, a task that proved to be impossible. The stoker, eager to board the dinghy, which was already only six inches above the water's edge, began to rein in the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Chemical Processing and Design (1994)

Volume 48 - Residual Refining and Processing to Safety: Operating Discipline by John J. McKetta Jr

a stoker boiler for systems rated to generate steam equal to or less than 100 million Btu/h and (2) a pulverized coal boiler for ...

Google previewHenley's Encyclopaedia of Practical Engineering and Allied Trades ... (1907)

James Watt invented a stoker in 1785, which could hardly be termed mechanical, since it was worked by hand. But the idea was ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Sunda Language of Java (1862)

by Jonathan Rigg

Tukang suuneuh, a fire-man, a stoker. Tukang tcmbak, a sportsman, a man who shoots.

Google previewA Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue (1788)

by Francis Grose

Tip him a stoker in the haltering place ; give him a blow under the left ear. Stoup. A vessel to hold liquor: a vessel containing a size, or half a pint, is so called at Cambridge, Stow. Stow you; be silent, or hold your peace. Stow your whidds and ...

Google previewEnvironmental Engineering Dictionary (2005)

by C. C. Lee

Reciprocating grate stoker: A stoker with a bed of bars or plates arranged so that alternate pieces, or rows of pieces, reciprocate slowly in a horizontal sliding mode and act to push the solid waste along the stoker surface. See stoker for more ...

Google previewThe Standard Dictionary of English Slang

A stoker. AA. To kipper : to die. ffc. Kirkbuzzer — A thief operating chiefly in churches. $ Kiss — A drop of wax by the side of a seal on a letter. ftf*Ji:' <iSEp&£— aSAzfi. To kiss: Said of billiard- balls when they just touch one another.

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Oh, why must a man like that be made unhappy when there are lots of girls about who would worship the very ground he trod on? (Bram Stoker)
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