Recent Examples of boiler from the Web
Some of the authority’s boilers are nearly 50 years old.
Her utilitarian jumpsuit, also known as a boiler suit, was originally created to protect the wearer from dirt, paint and general grime.
The Sultana was severely overloaded with Union soldiers released from Confederate prison camps when the boilers exploded just outside Memphis, Tennessee, on April 27, 1865.
Among the energy-efficiency measures are special insulation in the building's roof and walls, energy efficient windows, framing and doors, a reduced number of light fixtures and a 93 percent efficient natural gas boiler.
Improvements range from new boilers to little things like more efficient lightbulbs.
The large western New York industrial site is transitioning to cleaner natural gas-burning boilers.
Since then, Poway Midland Railroad volunteers have been receiving training on operating the new boiler, according to railroad spokesman Chuck Cross.
Flyers at Louis Armstrong International Airport are facing a new indignity Thursday evening (Jan. 18): Falling temperatures as the building's boilers don't have enough water to function.
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First Known Use of boiler
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Definition of boiler for English Language Learners
: a large container in which water is heated to produce steam in an engine
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