Laker

Great Lakes slang for a vessel who spends all its time on the 5 Great Lakes.
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Laker

• (n.) One that is connected with a lake or lakes, as in habitation, toil, etc.: • (n.) A fish living in, or taken from, a lake, esp. the namaycush. • (n.) A lake steamer or canal boat. • (n.) One of the poets of the Lake school. See Lake poets, under Lake, n.
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laker

(from the article `Saint Lawrence River and Seaway`) ...The largest commodity moved is grain, from farms on Canada`s prairies and in the American Midwest, shipped through the seaway at considerable ...
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Laker

Lak'er noun One that is connected with a lake or lakes, as in habitation, toil, etc.: (a) One of the poets of the Lake school. See Lake poets , under Lake , noun (b) (Zoology) A fish living in, or taken from, a lake, esp. the namaycush.
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Laker

Great Lakes slang for a vessel who spends all its time on the 5 Great Lakes.
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_nautical_terms

Laker

Great Lakes slang for a vessel who spends all its time on the 5 Great Lakes.
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laker

Type of ship that trades only in the Great Lakes of North America. They carry predominantly grain and ore cargoes.
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laker

Type of ship which trades only in the Great Lakes of North America. They usually carry grain and ore cargoes.
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