Definition of Kokers
1. koker [n] - See also: koker
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Literary usage of Kokers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Collected Papers in Physics and Engineering by James Thomson (1912)
"The drainage is ordinarily effected by valves or kokers, as they are designated, which discharge to the sea when the tide is low, but hinder the entrance of ..."
2. The History of British Guiana: Comprising a General Description of the by Henry G. Dalton (1855)
"... were placed, which at the ebb tide allowed the drained water to escape. These sluices or " kokers" were very ingeniously constructed. ..."
3. History of British Guiana, from the Year 1668 to the Present Time by James Rodway (1893)
"No boats or other vessels were to remain in the canals longer than was necessary to discharge their cargo, and two kokers were to be erected to facilitate ..."
4. Asking Questions: 10 Years of Architectural Design at the Gerrit Rietveld by Gert Staal (2004)
"Trappen en verticale glazen kokers verbinden drie horizontale volumes die bestemd zijn voor werken, ... De glazen kokers fungeren hierdoor ook als vitrines. ..."