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- n. Plural form of keeler.
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Have ready close to the cask two large pans or wooden keelers, into one of which put the peel of the oranges pared quite thin, and into the other the pulp after the juice has been squeezed from it.
Several old gathering tanks, wooden and galvanized steel keelers, a fanning mill and other agricultural artifacts can all be seen in one breathtaking view.
However it's underwater profile looks a bit like a bath-tub and, compared to long keelers, doesn't look particularly stable or sea-worthy!
(This was his description, with pantomime, of the way pidgin and keelers were made by plantation carpenters) "My Grandmother had two pots going.
Manager of The Sail Loft, Chic Medley, explains: "It's very tidal up here and most areas dry out, so there are a lot of bilge-keelers.