tanker yanker
 n.— «“We’ve got to get the same work done in less time, and that makes the job more stressful,” said Bob Williams, a “tanker yanker,” a hauler of hazardous chemicals. “Listen, we’re adults, and we know when it’s time to rest. If we didn’t, we’d be in a graveyard already.”» —“Truckers Look in Their Ranks For ‘Fallen Angel’ Writer” by Andrew Jacobs in Spartanburg, South Carolina New York Times Feb. 5, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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