Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of boiler.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • For those of us that don't have double boilers, is there another way to make the frosting?

    Chocolate Frangelico Cupcakes w/ Nutella SMBC

  • We are not just plain boilers and starchers; we are fancy ironers.

    Just Patty

  • Large clay jars, tin boilers, etc., were the coffee urns.

    Six Months in Mexico

  • You all know that the water you drink from a spring is very different from rain-water, and you will often find a hard crust at the bottom of kettles and in boilers, which is formed of the carbonate of lime which is driven out of the clear water when it is boiled.

    The Fairy-Land of Science

  • While EPA regulates indoor wood stoves, it issues only voluntary guidelines for manufacturers of outdoor wood furnaces, which are also called boilers and hydronic heaters.

    The Seattle Times

  • While the EPA regulates indoor wood stoves, it issues only voluntary guidelines for manufacturers of outdoor wood furnaces, which are also called boilers and hydronic heaters.

    The Indiana Law Blog

  • You know, I think the productivity improvement I mean the investments for instance in the boilers are a good example of that, but also some investments related to our - helped drive Fernandina and those are the kind of things that from a volume improvement and associated cost improvement allow us to look at the kind of increases you referenced.

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

  • For more than a century the sturdy, three-story structure was known as the boilers there as big as houses, then sent them off on rail or ship to customers around the world.

    New Haven Independent

  • While EPA regulates indoor wood stoves, it issues only voluntary guidelines for manufacturers of outdoor wood furnaces, which are also called boilers and hydronic heaters.

    The Seattle Times

  • Regardless of what I know about boilers, which is not a whole lot.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

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