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barrel

(băr′əl)
n.
The trunk of a quadruped animal, such as a horse or cow.
adj.
Resembling or similar to a barrel, as in shape: a barrel chest; barrel hips.

barrel

adjective Referring to a barrel-like morphology or pattern.
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Although the report notes the aforementioned seven trillion barrels of unconventional oil, it doesn't seem all that optimistic about exploiting them.
Elijah Craig 18-year-old single barrel ($37) -- The oldest single-barrel bourbon available, EC gives off the luxurious aroma of caramel and leaves you mesmerized.
China retained its position as the leading importer for Oman's crude with the Asian giant purchasing 111.5mn barrels of crude oil.
The report shows that Azerbaijan's oil reserves stood at 7 billion barrels in 2018, remaining unchanged from 2017.
The next time folks get in a discussion about cartridges that "burn barrels," bring up that barrel contour contributes significantly to how long a barrel lasts.
Among them is fitting a match-grade barrel. Properly fit, a quality aftermarket barrel can considerably improve precision, with less slop and eccentric wear.
Imported through Rich Xiberta, Sagarte racks are manufactured in Spain and feature a unique, multi-sided design so that racks are stacked on top of racks and not barrels. The company's latest product is the Abau Extraction rack that features a slider in which a barrel can be pulled from within a rack to be topped or racked without the entire stack needing to be broken down.
I chose three of the most common AR barrels and installed them on identical receivers.
It was a two-trigger gun, with the front trigger firing the top barrels in succession and the rear trigger firing the bottom barrel.
Also, this year, the Sultanate didn't export any petrol in the first six months, even as its export of M90 petrol touched 429,000 barrels during the same period of 2015.
Still, you can get by for less money with what might termed a "slow switch-barrel" rifle, using a barrel vise to twist other barrels in and out.