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gush·er

(gush'ĕr),
An abundant flow of fluid.

gush·er

(gŭsh'ĕr)
An abundant flow of fluid.
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But at the Gusher marathon, against the wind and up-hill, with my princess and inspiration a step ahead of me, I ran on a highway even if I'm not allowed to drive on it.
While the gusher has stopped, that should only fuel our pondering of those aspects of catastrophe that have not been made visible, those sites where our awesome technologies of the image have yet to be applied.
Robert Bryce's Gusher of Lies is as important to read for its errors as for its observations.
A probable role of the geologist in the oil spill was helping to prepare data to drill the relief well into the gusher riser.
This is usually accompanied by acidity and a gusher.
At the overlook, the view takes in the geyser basin, the inn - and, if your timing is right, an eye-level view of the top of Old Faithful's gusher.
That wasn't a problem in the '90s, when a national boom produced a gusher of state revenues, and governors cut taxes and backed new social programs.
A meager trickle of this intellectual force mires people in retardation, a steady stream of it produces average intelligence, and a gusher promotes genius.
While federal spending on homeland security is more than a trickle, it is not yet the gusher that many anticipated after Sept.
8 billion profit gusher for BP Amoco in 2000, more than double the previous year's figure and the largest ever haul by a British company.
Analysts, however, believe that the energy sector will continue to show a gusher of positive earnings and solid returns for quarters to come.
State-owned Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise have discovered the country's first oil gusher, in the Letpando oil field in Magwe, 500 kilometers northwest of Yangon, state media reported Thursday.