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Last seen on: –Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Aug 3 2022
–Universal Crossword – May 17 2022 s
–Universal Crossword – Apr 26 2022
–LA Times Crossword 17 Oct 21, Sunday
–The Washington Post Crossword – Mar 8 2021
–The Telegraph – QUICK CROSSWORD NO: 29,550 – Dec 18 2020
The Telegraph – QUICK CROSSWORD NO: 29,294 – Feb 24 2020
Random information on the term “Lubricate”:
An automatic lubricator, is a device fitted to a steam engine to supply lubricating oil to the cylinders and, sometimes, the bearings and axle box mountings as well. There are various types of automatic lubricator, which include various designs of displacement, hydrostatic and mechanical lubricators.
The displacement lubricator was introduced in the United Kingdom in 1860 by John Ramsbottom. It operates by allowing steam to enter a closed vessel containing oil. After condensing, the water sinks to the bottom of the vessel, causing the oil to rise and overflow into delivery pipes. The oil from the delivery pipes is introduced into the steam pipe, where it is atomised and carried to the valves and cylinders.
In early applications in steam locomotives, either two displacement lubricators (one for each cylinder) would be positioned at the front of the boiler near the valves, often on either side of the smokebox or one lubricator would be placed behind the smokebox. The behind smokebox configuration has the advantage that a good connection can be made to the steam pipe and was used by the Great Western Railway. It has the disadvantage that the lubricator’s accessibility is reduced and additional drain pipes are required to be connected to the waste to avoid it dripping onto the boiler.
Random information on the term “OIL”:
Big Oil is a name used to describe the world’s six or seven largest publicly traded oil and gas companies, also known as supermajors. The term emphasizes their economic power and influence on politics, particularly in the United States. Big oil is often associated with the fossil fuels lobby and also used to refer to the industry as a whole in a pejorative or derogatory manner.
The supermajors are considered to be BP, Chevron Corporation, Eni, ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell, and Total, with ConocoPhillips also sometimes described in the past as forming part of the group.
The term, analogous to others, such as Big Steel, that describe industries dominated by a few giant corporations, was popularized in print from the late 1960s. Today it is often used to refer specifically to the seven supermajors. The use of the term in the popular media often excludes the national producers and OPEC oil companies who have a much greater role in setting prices than the supermajors. Sinopec Group, a state-owned Chinese oil company had greater revenues in 2018 than any of the supermajors.