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a person engaged in sailing or working on a ship

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6 In the treatment of hot tar burns it is important to restrict tissue damage and prevent the further spread of the tar.
CG will return as chairman once CW publicly shamed again and this time he's going to get hot tar all over his b***s after he's been destroyed in court.
Tens of thousands of visitors descend on the town every New Year to see 30 strapping men in fancy dress carrying whisky barrels filled with hot tar above their heads on a march through the streets.
Hot Tar RooferMike Rowe rolls up his sleeves and gets filthy dirty as he tackles the profession of hot tar roofing.
PACOIMA -- A truck towing a trailer of hot tar overturned Monday and caught fire on the transition road between Interstate 5 and the 118 Freeway, shutting down the roadway for nearly 5 1/2 hours, authorities said.
Moore's boyhood was filled with toy soldiers, hot tar on bare feet, fireflies, and shenanigans born of times less electronic, less structured, and certainly less affluent than today.
Its rugged cast-aluminum, IP67 enclosure enables it to stand up to harsh environmental conditions such as the hot tar and pebbles that are common in the manufacture of roll-form roofing materials.
Its rugged, cast-aluminum, IP67 enclosure enables it to stand up to harsh environmental conditions, such as the hot tar and pebbles that are prevalent factors in the manufacture of roll-form roofing materials.
In the latest attack a teenager was handcuffed to railings in the Rathcoole estate and hot tar poured over his head.
The blacktop in your parking lot may be melting into hot tar under the relentless summer sun, but it's time to start thinking about keeping warm this fall.
For this, we will use multiple layers of hot tar and felt, along with modified bitumen membrane.
Though less dramatic, many other employees face the specter of heat bum hazards in their daily tasks, including the welder working with molten metal and the roofer pouring hot tar.