Tubing

The steel tubular elements in the center of the well, by which the effluent is evacuated to the surface. Tubing is nornally differentiated from casing by the fact that it is not always permanently installed.

tubing

relatively small-diameter pipe that is run into a well to serve as a conduit for the passage of oil and gas to the surface.

Tubing

Feeding a hawk liquids by means of a tube
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Tubing

• (n.) The act of making tubes. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Tube • (n.) A series of tubes; tubes, collectively; a length or piece of a tube; material for tubes; as, leather tubing.
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Tubing

[recreation] Tubing (also known as inner tubing, `bumper tubing` or even toobing) is a recreational activity where an individual rides on top of an inner tube, either on water, snow, or through the air. The tubes themselves are also known as `donuts` or `biscuits` due to their shape. ==Variations== ===Water=== Tubing on water generally cons...
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tubing

A float fishing term that means to float down a river, stream or using a float tube in a lake while fishing.
Found on http://www.azgfd.gov/h_f/fishing_glossary.shtml

Tubing

A hollow cylinder of fabric used for button loops and decorative trim.
Found on https://www.prestigeleisure.com/glossary-of-terms.asp

TUBING

Increasingly used in hillside sugar bushes, plastic tubing conveys the sap directly from each tree to holding tanks. Some lines are a mile or more long and may connect 500 or more taps to a single tank.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21355

tubing

process of inserting a tube though an animals mouth and into their stomach. Usually used for giving newborn lambs colostrum.
Found on http://premierfarmdiary.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/glossary.html
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