Definition of Sandpump

1. a pump for sand or mud [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sandpump

sandpaperer
sandpaperers
sandpapering
sandpaperish
sandpaperlike
sandpapers
sandpapery
sandpeep
sandpeeps
sandpile
sandpiles
sandpiper
sandpipers
sandpit
sandpits
sandpump (current term)
sandpumps
sandre
sands
sands of time
sandscape
sandscapes
sandshoe
sandshoe crusher
sandshoes
sandsoap
sandsoaps
sandspit
sandspits
sandspur

Literary usage of Sandpump

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1. The Geology of the Oil Regions of Warren, Venango, Clarion, and Butler by John Franklin Carll (1880)
"... night or day—no time when the well shaft is not occupied either by the drill or the sandpump, for the moment one is withdrawn the other is inserted—the ..."

2. Proceedings of the Lake Superior Mining Institute ... Annual Meeting by Lake Superior Mining Institute (1917)
"... Leaching Solutions Copper in Solution Tailing Ir Still House fc'SandPump ^-Distillate Copper Oxide Sand Bank SHELTER. ..."

3. Bulletin by Geological Society of America (1898)
"A quart or two of granite fragments, some of them an inch in diameter, were brought up by the sandpump. The gas supply was increased somewhat by the torpedo ..."

4. Report of Progress by Pennsylvania Geological Survey, Geological Survey of Pennsylvania, Geological, State Geologist (1874-1890, Natural History Survey, Museum of Canada (1890)
"sand,.usually full of salt water in this region, produced less than was required to supply the sandpump in drilling." "This well commenced about 275' below ..."

5. Report of Progress by Pennsylvania Geological Survey, Geological Survey of Pennsylvania, Geological, State Geologist (1874-1890, Natural History Survey, Museum of Canada (1880)
"... night or day—no time when the well shaft is not occupied either by the drill or the sandpump, for the moment one is withdrawn the other is inserted—the ..."

6. Report of Progress by Pennsylvania Geological Survey, Geological Survey of Pennsylvania, Geological, State Geologist (1874-1890, Natural History Survey, Museum of Canada (1880)
"... night or day—no time when the well shaft is not occupied either by the drill or the sandpump, for the moment one is withdrawn the other is inserted—the ..."

7. The Geology of the Oil Regions of Warren, Venango, Clarion, and Butler by John Franklin Carll (1880)
"... night or day—no time when the well shaft is not occupied either by the drill or the sandpump, for the moment one is withdrawn the other is inserted—the ..."

8. Proceedings of the Lake Superior Mining Institute ... Annual Meeting by Lake Superior Mining Institute (1917)
"... Leaching Solutions Copper in Solution Tailing Ir Still House fc'SandPump ^-Distillate Copper Oxide Sand Bank SHELTER. ..."

9. Bulletin by Geological Society of America (1898)
"A quart or two of granite fragments, some of them an inch in diameter, were brought up by the sandpump. The gas supply was increased somewhat by the torpedo ..."

10. Report of Progress by Pennsylvania Geological Survey, Geological Survey of Pennsylvania, Geological, State Geologist (1874-1890, Natural History Survey, Museum of Canada (1890)
"sand,.usually full of salt water in this region, produced less than was required to supply the sandpump in drilling." "This well commenced about 275' below ..."

11. Report of Progress by Pennsylvania Geological Survey, Geological Survey of Pennsylvania, Geological, State Geologist (1874-1890, Natural History Survey, Museum of Canada (1880)
"... night or day—no time when the well shaft is not occupied either by the drill or the sandpump, for the moment one is withdrawn the other is inserted—the ..."

12. Report of Progress by Pennsylvania Geological Survey, Geological Survey of Pennsylvania, Geological, State Geologist (1874-1890, Natural History Survey, Museum of Canada (1880)
"... night or day—no time when the well shaft is not occupied either by the drill or the sandpump, for the moment one is withdrawn the other is inserted—the ..."

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