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a worker who never stay long in one place.

Drifter

[floating device] A drifter (also float) is an oceanographic device floating on the surface or at a given water depth to investigate ocean currents and other parameters like temperature or salinity. They are also called Lagrangian drifters since they follow the flow in a Lagrangian manner. The depth of drifter is defined by its neutral buoy...
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Drifter

[drill] A Drifter is either a hydraulic or pneumatic powered rock or ground drill placed on top of a feed. The feed is like a rail that the drill travels on, aka. drifts. This kind of drilling procedure is also called drifting. The feed is usually attached with a flexible boom (like an arm) to a stationery or mobile unit that contains the p...
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Drifter

[fishing boat] A drifter is a type of fishing boat. They were designed to catch herrings in a long drift net. Herring fishing using drifters has a long history in the Netherlands and in many British fishing ports, particularly in East Scottish ports. Until the mid-1960s fishing fleets in the North Sea comprised drifters and trawlers, with t...
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Drifter

[chocolate] Drifter is a chocolate bar. Drifter was launched by Rowntree`s in 1980, consisting of a biscuit wafer with caramel layered on top. The bar is now produced by Nestlé following their takeover of Rowntree`s in 1988. 90 million bars are produced each year, but are becoming increasingly hard to find in most parts of the United Kingd...
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Drifter

A hydraulic rock drill used to drill small-diameter holes for blasting or for installing rock bolts.
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