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siz·er

(sī'zĕr),
A cylinder of variable diameter, with rounded ends, used to measure the internal diameter of the bowel in preparation for stapling.

si·zer

(sī'zĕr)
A cylinder of variable diameter, with rounded ends, used to measure the internal diameter of the bowel in preparation for stapling.
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The Aggregates Sizer also features greater sensitivity and speed than previous size analyzers.
Here the terms live, but the reality of MCAS alternate assessment is far different from what Ted Sizer, Kathleen Cushman, and Grant Wiggins were advocating in the 1980s and far different from what leading CES schools were and still are practicing.
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Mrs Sizer said she accompanied her friend for divorce advice but she did not really want one.
Mrs Sizer said: "Stephen became increasingly more critical of Carole.
Caffari, as skipper, had overall charge while Sizer, 34, as boat captain, was responsible for Aviva, fixing any problems and making sure everything worked at optimum level for the challenge.
The Sample Sizer allows easy access and quick material change.
It is the thesis of this article that the roots of career counseling lie within phrenology, and the best candidate for the tide of founder of career counseling is neither Parsons nor Richards but is the eminent phrenologist Nelson Sizer.
the Sizer Die uses changeable neck bushings, available in .
Peterborough, Ontario, has introduced a new heavy-duty mobile sizer.
based Marathon, the NexGen Galaxy2R two-ram baler has many features and benefits, including a multi-purpose door that serves as a bale separator, a bale release to eject an oversize bale, a bale clamp to form a square end on the next bale and a bale sizer to produce a variety of bale dimensions.
In four chapters, Sizer offers various personal accounts, from studying Latin in the 1940s, to his years as a headmaster in the 1970s, to the inception of the Coalition of Essential Schools in the 1980s, to education task force appointments from 1970 to 1990, as a way to discuss the past, current, and future state of public education.