Bunker


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Bunker

A large container on a ship used to hold fuel. See also: Bunker adjustment factor.
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Bunker fuels, also known as marine fuels, are the fuels used by ships' engines.
The first thing that strikes you about the bunker is its strange location.
The onshore bunker facility will be established at a later stage.
More than 45 per cent attendance at the conference from the UAE, attests to the continuing growth of its bunker market and Fujairah's pivotal position, both as one of the largest multi purpose ports on the UAE east coast providing increased and improved storage and bunker facilities, and the world's leading anchorage and bunker supply locations.
Offering customers a simple, yet stylish interior, Bunker has enough space to sit up to 100 customers.
KABUL (PAN): ISAFAEs Task Force Currahee destroyed two bunkers of munitions in Zirok district of Paktika province.
The inquiry shifted yesterday as police launched the first part of a detailed forensic search of the underground site after the witnesses, all former residents at the home, claimed they had been taken to the bunker by staff where they were subjected to abuse.
They used to rake them with a pretty good-sized rake and it was clumpy and the ball really never set very well in the bunker.
The bunker isn't quite as tricky, or as beautiful, as the bear claw sand trap that highlights the short Hole No.
The bunker buster, or Robust Nuclear Earth Penetrator (RNEP)--and other new weapons like 5-kiloton, "usable" mini-nukes--keep showing up on Pentagon budget proposals like unappealing chef's specials.
An underground Second World War bunker has been saved from the bulldozers.
Andrew was a former Open champion in the 19th century but the bunker is probably named after brother Davie, friend and golfing partner of Young Tom Morris.