byncer, fyncer, bynceri, fynceri, myncer, mynceri
Noun(1) a hazard on a golf course(2) a large container for storing fuel(3) a fortification of earth; mostly or entirely below ground
Verb(1) hit a golf ball into a bunker(2) fill (a ship's bunker(3) transfer cargo from a ship to a warehouse
(1) After lunch, both Hitler and Eva Hitler (as she wanted to be called) met his inner circle in the ante-room chamber of the bunker .(2) a coal bunker(3) It is essentially a 747 jet engine that is bolted down on a stand and requires its own storage bunker of fuel at Napier wharf to supply it.(4) Once he bet that while helping bunker a ship in the harbour he could dive and swim to shore.(5) Some players have trouble hitting the sand behind a ball in the bunker because they focus too much on the ball itself.(6) The result of this is that the sand is not moved out of the bunker and therefore the ball will stay in the bunker too!(7) I could see a trough bunker guarding the left side of the fairway, a horrible finishing spot for the more popular draw.(8) They had both suffered a single gunshot wound to the chest and their bodies were found between the side of the house and a fuel bunker .(9) Vonnegut was a German prisoner of war in Dresden and in an underground bunker during the bombing.(10) The three stations will have a minimum capacity of 5,000 liters, while the fuel bunker will have a capacity of some 20,000 liters.(11) However, as long as Hitler had not been properly defeated and was still holding out in his bunker in Berlin, these disagreements were mostly successfully contained.(12) The bunkers for ships will get used irrespective of price.(13) The house has a very private west-facing walled back garden which extends to about 100 feet and has a variety of flowering shrubs and plants, a glasshouse and three fuel bunkers .(14) Fear can come from a number of sources: a water hazard; a narrow fairway, a tight lie, the first tee, bunkers .(15) Israeli soldiers in tanks and bunkers are all that separate the Palestinians from the settlers.(16) Hitler's henchmen were a troglodyte lot, burrowing deep beneath the capital during their 12 years of power to build bunkers and boltholes as refuges from the massive violence they seemed to know would one day engulf them.
(1) bunker oil :: olew byncer
1. sand trap ::
2. trap ::
Different Formsbunker, bunkers
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