They pump their haul of diluted bitumen into tanker cars in the terminal's loading yard, thick with the smell of petroleum.
The speed was faster now, though tanker Ike was doing his best to have the animals hold back the wagon.
There is a ship out yonder, but its a tanker or a freighter.
A half hour later a tanker lagging behind was ordered to put on more steam.
For the time, at least, the tanker and its priceless cargo were saved.
The tanker reported a damaged rudder and a destroyer went to her aid.
Meanwhile, tanker Ike had been anxiously scanning the horizon.
The road was not so steep, and a little later tanker Ike guided his horses to a comparatively level stretch.
tanker Ike, who was riding ahead, suddenly leaped off his horse.
The tanker by whose side we had tied up began to swing toward me as the tide changed to outgoing.
(also fish tank, fish bowl, holding tank) A detention cell; a jail cell: when he goes into the tank as a prisoner/ I'm in the fish tank. There are forty of us in the diagnostic center (entry form 1912+)