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castor

(kăs′tər)
n.
An oily, brown, odorous substance obtained from glands in the groin of the beaver and used as a perfume fixative.
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If interested, send inquiry for detail of these adjustable leveling casters.
Ideal for contract packagers, the casters allow individual machines to be rolled from one filling and/or packaging line to another for fast changeovers without requiring investment in multiple machines.
I assume he also wishes Olympic 800 metre champion Caster Semenya to be stripped of her gold medal to accommodate this action.
* T Series casters feature "Revvothane" (Vulkollan) Polyurethane tire on cast-iron wheels to provide high tear strength, abrasion resistance, and long service life.
The Drive Caster integrates an electric motor with an industrial caster to create a single unit that can be easily added to carts, racks, or just about anything that rolls on casters.
Over many years, if there's one thing I've learned about casters. it's that small ones that cost only a few bucks don't make sense in a shop.
Continuous caster 1 is designed for steel slabs with widths between 1,000 and 2,150 millimeters and a thickness of up to 257 millimeters.
Designed with safety and security in mind the caster includes a spring that moves with adjustable rubber pads at the end of a solid steel frame.
Caster Concepts took ownership with effect from 15 June and is relocating LARCASTERa[euro](tm)s operations to its base in Albion, Michigan.
The company began by importing and selling new and used casters and chair wheels made in Japan in 1980, and later on ventured into manufacturing such products by itself.
COW HEY DAM, Newton 01925 221801: Red maggots, casters, pinkies and punch bread are best for silver fish, with meat and corn sorting out the better carp.
Heavy-duty plate casters, central key-lock, and a pullout writing surface are standard on every Harmony.