dredger

1 [drej-er]
noun
1.
dredge1 ( def 1 ).
2.
a person who uses a dredge.

Origin:
1500–10; dredge1 + -er1

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dredger

2 [drej-er]
noun
a container with a perforated top for sprinkling flour, sugar, etc., on food for cooking.

Origin:
1660–70; dredge2 + -er1

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dredger1 (ˈdrɛdʒə)
 
n
1.  Also called: dredge a vessel used for dredging, often bargelike and sometimes equipped with retractable steel piles that are driven into the bottom for stability
2.  another name for dredge

dredger2 (ˈdrɛdʒə)
 
n
a container with a perforated top for sprinkling flour, sugar, etc

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For an example, listing specific triggers when the burden for additional sampling costs will fall on the individual dredger.
If you worked with another dredger make sure they put your commercial registration number on their reports.
They are not recurring expenses every time the dredger vacates the site for a safe harbor.
Dredger tailings are long linear deposits left by historical gold mining operations.
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