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A proprietary quick response pneumatic cutter that removes tempered glass, cuts steering wheel rings, plastic and fiberglass panels, sheet metal, and tires, and works under water
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At a price that is competitive with other applicators, the Revolution system is supplied complete with FastBack feed conveyor, Revolution drum, Excaliber seasoning feeder, Flex-Wall seasoning hopper/feeder and controls.
AEP's newest five-and seven-layer films, EXP (Excaliber Plus), are high-strength films designed for downgauging on high-speed automated stretch wrappers.
Since NBC is the highest-rated broadcast network, reaching more upscale viewers on average than its competitors do, these spots could go a long way to making people aware that, for example, Bravo frequently runs movies like "The Big Chill" and "Excaliber," plus reruns of the HBO series "The Larry Sanders Show" every night.
Each had a name like Brain Tickler and Excaliber. If you did anything wrong, you were invited to choose the cane you were to be punished with!"
By way of a change, this review looks at the Excaliber, which is a compensated long slide model with adjustable target sights.
Those recently closing were Kieffer Paper/Pulp Mills, a package paper company in Brownstown; and Excaliber Steel in Seymour.
Even as the rescue attempt got under way he still stretched out this hand like Excaliber.
The "Excaliber," a four-port 1911 comp, which Nowlin calls a "progressive pressure comp," is new for 1994.
Bank Of America Na, to Zenke Randall C, 5597 Excaliber Ln, Eugene; $188,000.
CARDIFF: The Gate (029 2048 3344), Orbis 3 Studio: Excaliber. An exhibition based on the sword and its mythology.
As the 139-inch 9-pointer stood broadside at 20 yards, Frank released an arrow from his High Country Excaliber that would mark the beginning of a big buck era.
It is part of the Excaliber group of companies that have operations in China, France, USA and the UK.