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feeler

(fē′lər)
n.
Zoology A sensory or tactile organ, such as an antenna, tentacle, or barbel.
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One of the thugs allegedly hacked to death, according a feeler, was dragged from his house to Oke Ado area where he was said to have been killed.
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Important to note: The Feeler FT-250SY features a Y-axis with 3.
Feeler has been appointed acting president and chief operating officer.
Step 3 of WP 0700 00 (UH-60A/L) and WP 0656 00 (UH-60M) tells you what to do to get the right reading when using a feeler gage, NSN 5120-01-335-1666, and a straight edge.
WEFTMASTER: Equipment for the weaving sector: weft stop motions, short weft detector, weft thread brakes, projectile brake, knot detector, weft feeler, fusible fabrics cutters, yarn stop motions for different applications.
Keirsey and Bates researched results from the Myers-Briggs inventory and determined that certain classifications could be made: sensate perceiving (SP), sensate judging (SJ), intuitive thinker (NT), and intuitive feeler (NF).
for the Feeler Machine Tool line of turning centers and machining centers from Fair Friend Group (Taipei, Taiwan.
When a mole's tentacle touches an object, nerves on the feeler quickly send a signal to the brain, which decides whether or not the item is food.
Other unique features include a precision feeler to gauge fill level, the ability to open the unit without having to disconnect any of the services, and variable speed drive.
Other features include a precision feeler to gauge fill level, the ability to open the unit without having to disconnect any of the services, variable speed drive, units require no special foundations since they are set on bedplates and anti-vibratory visco dampers to ensure excellent stability, and have an inflatable seal system for the door to provide absolute hermetic sealing.