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So I throw a Sherpa moment or puffer over that and I’m good to go.
The Herland 33-inch pole high-pressure expansive steam puffer-engine commenced its up-stroke with steam of 150 lbs.
We could hear the puffer blowing at Gurlyn, five or six miles from the Herland Mine.
This high-pressure puffer pumping engine at Greenwich, in 1803, worked a pump of 18 inches in diameter.
At that time one of his high-pressure puffer-engines, with a cylindrical boiler and internal tube, was working in Staffordshire.
The Greenwich high-pressure puffer-engine did fourteen millions of duty with a bushel of coals, 84 lbs.
It had worked at Tavistock; it was a horizontal high-pressure pole puffer.
She was not a puffer, but a puffer-whim worked near by, called the Valley puffer.
In 1804 an 8-inch cylinder high-pressure puffer-engine, with steam of 48 lbs.
In short, we cannot guess why the Princess Puffer hated Jasper, a paying client of long standing.

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