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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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Right: an oil gusher at Sanga Sanga, ten kilometres south of Samarinda on the island of Borneo, Indonesia, 1907.
Ever since drillers unleashed a 50-foot oil gusher near the city in 1927, Iraq has been too unstable to take full advantage of its bounty.
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.
The oil spill had stemmed from a sea-floor oil gusher that resulted from the April 20, 2010 explosion of Deepwater Horizon, which drilled on the BP-operated Macondo Prospect.
On July 7, national Christian, Jewish and Muslim church leaders cruised through the oil-fouled Barataria Bay in Louisiana and came away saying that the BP oil gusher looks to them not only like an accident but also a sin.
Surrounded by Cabinet members, Obama said that not only is he confident that the crisis will pass but also that the affected area A1/2comes back even stronger than ever.e The president has been speaking out on the disaster almost daily and has visited the Louisiana coast three times since the April 20 explosion that killed 11 workers and unleashed the oil gusher. How he is seen handling the disaster by the American public could define his second year in office.
Apparently, the Russian oil gusher came within 45 minutes of snaring Steven Gerrard for a giveaway pounds 50m, although intelligence sources now insist they knew nothing about the 45-minute deadline and says it blairs -sorry,blurs -the issue...
The spill stems from a sea floor oil gusher that followed the April 20 Deepwater Horizon drilling rig explosion, in which 11 platform workers were killed and injured others 17.
"You can't compete when Arabs have a well of oil gushers at the bottom of their garden.
IT wasn't long ago that Israel's oil and gas industry was the territory of wishful thinkers like John Brown, a born-again Christian from Texas who saw a map to oil gushers in readings of the Bible.
We gatheredamotley collection of candles together,including an Advent candelabra tree with six wax snooker ball- sized fruits that went up like oil gushers when ignited.