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grinder

(grīn′dər)
n.
1. A molar.
2. grinders Informal The teeth.

grinder

(grin'der) [AS. grindan, to gnash]
A colloquial term for a molar tooth. See: dens molaris
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Themac manufactures precision metal grinders which are commonly known as tool post grinders.
Another grinder Mohammad Munir informed that it was his family business but our new generation was reluctant to adopt it.
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To be debuted at the 2012 Taipei Manufacturing Technology Show (MT duo 2012) slated for May 3-6 at the TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall, this new grinder has hydro-static rotary disks featuring high loading capacity, operating accuracy, easy operation.
So, please, use the angle grinder for grinding, and the sander/polisher for wire brushing.
The grinders can thus be cleaned and maintained in significantly less time.
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And with today's electric coffee grinders, all you need are a few seconds and a quick touch of a button.