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swager

(swāj′ĕr)
A dental tool or device used to shape silver amalgam or gold by applying pressure from different directions simultaneously.

swager,

n a laboratory instrument used for swaging.
swager, wax,
n an instrument used to swage wax to a die.
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Most recently, Swager has served as general manager of the company's Four Corners Mine and was co-chair of Mosaic's 2012 United Way campaign.
Swager said the challenge was eased by the fact that ample information and training were provided to pharmacists by Publix at the corporate level.
As for access control, specifications were submitted by Phillips Swager.
And according to Swager, his Smart House is more than just a collection of high-tech gimmicks.
com)-- American Halo, a domestic manufacturer of hydraulic wire rope swager machines, announced today its new swager.
Alternately, you may be able to borrow or rent a professional-grade swager for those 4 to 2/0 gauge ring terminals (these tools sell for upward of $400, making them somewhat unrealistic for the average boat-owner to have around).
Primer Pocket Swager Tool 2 fits a larger group of cases, and swaging rods are now made from stronger high-tensile steel.
Assim, Zhang e Swager [164] desenvolveram quimiossensores fluorogenicos (Figura 11) inspirados no fato de que os agentes neurotoxicos atuam reagindo com uma hidroxila para formar um ester de fosfato no sitio ativo da ACE.
We would like to acknowledge the following: Colin Swager, Team Leader Microbiology, North Shore Hospital; Joanne Morgan and all staff members of Microbiology, North Shore Hospital; Dr.
Coordinator: Jim Matarelli, AIA, Senior Principal, Phillips Swager Associates, Peoria, Illinois
This year, NAPIM has scheduled two short courses: UV ink jet technology, which will be led by Gary Swager of Jetrion, LLC, and pre-press operations, which will be led by Tom Jacobs of Creo Americas and Kelly VandenBoshe of X-Rite.