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Ben·der

(ben'dĕr),
Lauretta, U.S. psychiatrist, 1897-1987. See: Bender gestalt test, Bender Visual Motor Gestalt test.

bender

A popular term for a period of binge abuse of alcohol or drugs.
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Todd von Bender, when I got to his house, was not at all what I expected.
F Bender managing director Andy Cunliffe said: "We have been working with Flo, Nupik and Dopla for a number of years and are very comfortable with their strategy and business values; additionally we have received real commitments to support the continued growth and development of the business.
The new machinery is probably the largest cold bending, three roll section bender ever made.
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With this fresh and innovative look, Birch Benders continues to raise the bar for pancake & waffle mix by bringing a much-needed level of artistry to the category.
In February 2007 Benders was re-financed through a management buyout with support from Barclays Ventures.
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Last year, said Nela, Strobbe bender users were notified that Punch Graphix' Strobbe unit would no longer honor service or maintenance contracts on installed Strobbe plate-bending equipment in the United States and that future service would be handled through its service office in Belgium.