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Tank

Slang; to drop precipitously in price.
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They drank at the tanks and made the water all muddy, and then they fought over it, and then they would all rush together in mobs and shout: "There is no one in the jungle so wise and good and clever and strong and gentle as the Bandar-log.
I've known a derelict up-end and sift her engines out of herself and flicker round the Lower Lanes for three weeks on her forward tanks only.
Tim's fingers on the lift-shunt strike chords of numbers--1:4:7:--2:4:6:--7:5:3, and so on; for he is running by his tanks only, lifting or lowering her against the uneasy air.
At last we began to claw up on a cant, bow-rudder and port-propeller together; only the nicest balancing of tanks saved us from spinning like the rifle-bullet of the old days.
The Storage Tank market analysis is provided for the international markets including development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status.
Half Moon Bay Tank #2 Is a 400,000 gallon steel tank, one of three tanks located on the Nunes Treatment Plant site.
The Army has made it clear that it will buy no more than the 124 Arjuns tanks that it has contracted for because it is unhappy with the tank on various counts.
All the tanks contain a complex mix of radioactive elements and chemicals, making the proportions of constituents in any tank uncertain and emptying the tanks technically challenging.
Options: Stainless-steel tanks, variable-speed agitator, glass blending stations.
Each of the tank machines can produce 68 units per hour; filler pipes can be made at a rate of 120 per hour.
You have to remember, the tank was a Cold War design, aimed at a threat that was always to its front.
The Mojave company will build a liquid oxygen fuel tank for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Exploration Systems Research and Technology program.