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(in medicine) a device with various modifications, used for gathering secretions from the bronchi and esophagus for bacteriological and cytological examination.
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American Collectors Insurance has been insuring collector cars and other collectibles for over 40 years.
Zeb Gul Shabbir, Additional Collector, Model Customs to Internal Audit Customs, Lahore, Muhammad Ismail, Additional Collector.
Proud of their efforts, these private collectors, commercial dealers, and museum curators view themselves as temporary caretakers of timeless treasures.
None of the collectors were named, except the Maison Rouge's founder, Antoine de Galbert, who showed about seventy small works in a model of his vestibule.
They tend to be art collectors in addition to having insatiable appetites for new dolls.
Collectors are restoring cars such as the Ford Maverick to their former glory, recreating the "Grabber" model in intense '70s colors.
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A system audit performed at GM's Defiance, Ohio foundry provides practical solutions to emissions buildup in ducts, hoods and dust collectors.
Judge Hagler stated that Congress enacted FDCPA in 1977 to regulate the manner in which debt collectors (including attorneys for landlords seeking to collect rent) may attempt to collect personal debts (including rent).
The first National Sports Collectors Convention (NSCC) in 1980 was held in half of a banquet room at a hotel near LAX.
These wounds can't compare, however, to the tribulations the dinosaur has suffered since fossil collectors first dug it up in August 1990 on land owned by a South Dakota rancher named Maurice Williams.