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car·ver

(kar'ver),
A dental hand instrument, available in a wide variety of end shapes, used for forming and contouring wax, filling materials, etc.

carver

/car·ver/ (kahr´ver) a tool for producing anatomic form in artificial teeth and dental restorations.

car·ver

(kahrvĕr)
A dental hand instrument, available in a wide variety of end shapes, used for forming and contouring.

car·ver

(kahrvĕr)
Dental hand instrument, available in a wide variety of end shapes, used to form and contour wax, filling materials, and other material.

carver (carving instrument),

n an instrument used to shape a plastic material such as wax or amalgam.
carver, amalgam,
n an instrument used to shape plastic amalgam.
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Those jobs usually went to offenders who were ordered to do community service, but Carver simply volunteered to make sure he had a job.
Carver tenia una marcada predileccion por los parrafos sencillos y directos.
Carver stayed there for 47 years and bequeathed his life savings of $33,000 to the school.
Carver chairman David Carver said: "I am delighted with this latest acquisition, which strongly complements our group's growing interest in the commercial heating and air conditioning market.
Literary icon to a generation is exactly what Raymond Carver was.
Carver was Scotland's most famous composer during the first half of the sixteenth century.
What we need now from a book on Carver is much greater attention to the totality of his work, and specifically a more intense focus on the practice of his writing, rather than its topics.
This is particularly problematic in Carver editions, given this composer's partiality to lush textures and wide (sometimes extremely wide) vocal tessituras.
We're bringing the reds to their knees," Carver proclaimed to American Forests this spring.
The son of a sawmill worker, Carver married a year after finishing high school and supported his wife and two children by working as a janitor, gas-station attendant, and delivery boy.
Adapted from short stories by Raymond Carver and technically accomplished, it was chosen to open the New York Film Festival this fall.
Knight & Carver YachtCenter, which has emerged in recent years as one of the marine industry's top-rated repair yards for megayachts and other large vessels, has been honored by the American Boat Builders & Repairers Association (ABBRA) as the nation's most outstanding boatyard for 2007.