Definition of Bunkers
1. Noun. (plural of bunker) ¹
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Definition of Bunkers
1. bunker [v] - See also: bunker
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Literary usage of Bunkers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Structural Engineers' Handbook: Data for the Design and Construction of by Milo Smith Ketchum (1918)
"Suspension bunkers.—Suspension bunkers are made by suspending a steel ... Steel suspension bunkers are commonly lined with a concrete lining about ij to 3$ ..."
2. The Design of Mine Structures by Milo Smith Ketchum (1912)
"Suspension bunkers are made by suspending a steel framework from two side ... Steel suspension bunkers are commonly lined with a concrete lining about \\ to ..."
3. Naval Boilers: A Text-book for the Instruction of Midshipmen at the U. S by Frederick Charles Bieg (1903)
"bunkers. Coaling Ship.—As the Navy Department has now contracts with coal dealers in ... Before coaling, the condition of the bunkers and of all watertight ..."
4. Modern Marine Engineering by Harry George Cisin (1921)
"In merchant ships, bunkers are usually fore and aft of the fire-rooms. ... There are from 24 to 36 bunkers in a first class battleship. ..."
5. Practical Shipbuilding: A Treatise on the Structural Design and Building of by A. Campbell Holms (1918)
"As the lower bunkers are emptied they are replenished from the upper, ... In the absence of lower side bunkers, the coal in the 'tween-deck bunkers is ..."
6. Ohio Circuit Court Reports: New Series. Cases Adjudged in the Circuit Courts by Ohio Circuit Courts (1904)
"MARY J. bunkers. Decided, April 24, 1902. lnsurance—ln the Ancient Order United Workmen—Officers of Can Not Waive Constitutional Provision—Denying ..."
7. Engine-room Practice; a Handbook for the Royal Navy and Mercantile Marine by John George Liversidge (1906)
"The coal in the bunkers at the sides of the engine-rooms must be trimmed through water-tight doors, communicating with the after stokehold bunkers. ..."