A person who tends a furnace or the fire of a steam engine or steamship; a stoker
An enlisted person in the US navy who maintains and operates a ship's machinery
play in which children pretend to put out a fire
stoker: a laborer who tends fires (as on a coal-fired train or steamship)
reliever: a pitcher who does not start the game
a member of a fire department who tries to extinguish fires
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Seaman is one of the lowest ranks in a Navy. In the Commonwealth it is the lowest rank in the Navy, followed by Able Seaman and Leading Seaman, and followed by the Petty Officer ranks.
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Fireman or stoker is the job title for someone whose job is to tend the fire for the running of a steam engine.
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Someone (implied male) who is skilled in the work of fighting fire; A man who keeps the fire going underneath a steam boiler (originally, shoveling coal by hand), particularly on a railroad locomotive; By extension of the above, an assistant on any locomotive, whether steam-powered or not; A ...
(firemanship) The skills of fire safety, fire prevention, etc
(Firemen) A hand belonging to the engine room of a steam vessel. His duties included feeding and attending to the furnace. In coal-burning vessels, he shoveled coal into the furnace and spread it evenly so that it might burn efficiently. He also assisted in disposing with ashes overboard.
(Firemen) crewmen who had the job of keeping steam in the engines by shoveling coal into the boilers or furnaces.
To see a fireman in your dreams, signifies the constancy of your friends. For a young woman to see a fireman crippled, or meet with an accident otherwise, implies grave danger is threatening a close friend.
A team's closer or late-inning relief pitcher.
The person on a steam locomotive who shovels coal into the firebox and keeps the boiler filled with water.
inspected for, and removed explosive gasses underground in mining or stoked the boilers on ships and locomotives
The relief pitcher that closes out the game.
I was certain that firemen set the fires, probably randomly, but never feared my house would be next. I accepted that the world was dangerous, and my own life inexplicably, imperturbably safe.
A team's 'closer' who finishes the game.
His job is to ensure that there is sufficient steam for the driver to operate the locomotive, at the same time achieving due economy in the consumption of both coal and water, and anticipating the requirement for steam in the light of the gradients and other features ahead.
To dream you are a fireman rescuing a goregeous woman from a blazing building means you never really came to terms with the fact that you're now working in a call centre for a flat pack furniture company. That whole fireman thing isn't going to happen, move on.
a member of the engineering crew whose task is to feed the boilers with coal.
a firefighter, a man tending the fire of a steam engine in any industry, or a naval rank. May also refer to a factory worker known as a Fire Beater.