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bunk, bunker

large storage bin.

bunk forage
forage, usually ensilage stored in a large storage bunk and made available to cattle or other livestock along a face of the storage.
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Port of Singapore is the largest ship refueling center in the world, with total bunker sales of 34.
The bunker was in operation from 1961 to 1991 as one of a series of regional monitoring stations which would be used in the event of the Soviet Union pressing the big red button.
Says Ahmad K Mahmud, general manager (aviation & marine), OOMC, AoThe bunker service provision will attract ship owners to bunker their ships at the port and therefore further enhance the port competitiveness in the region.
There are also a number of great deals at Bunker, including Monday Munchies, where a main course (or two starters or desserts) cost a fiver, and the popular Burger & Beer offer at pounds 5.
Soldiers from TF Currahee received information regarding the location of enemy munitions in two separate bunkers near a combat outpost.
Deputy Chief Officer Lenny Harper, from States of Jersey Police said: "The allegation is that residents from Haut de la Garenne were taken to the bunker by members of staff and abused there.
We started working on how to make a bunker so it really is a nice lie and so that everything is consistent.
The first and second fairways run in opposite directions next to each other, and for weaker duffers, share a set of bunkers in the middle.
There are a couple of other slight problems with the hoped-for bunker buster.
The bunker, in Kenton Bar, Newcastle, was used as a underground fighter control centre in wartime and later as a civil defence centre, but was to make way for a housing development.
STROKE (HOLE 12): Stroke bunker is so called because, once in it, you lose at least one stroke.
Bunker fuel prices in Singapore and Fujairah are currently at highs not seen late 2014 and mid-2015 respectively amid rising upstream crude oil prices and steady bunker demand.