chuck

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Nursing An absorbent disposable napkin covered on one side by plastic, which may be placed under a patient with incontinence
Pathology A round or square flat metal grid on which tissue is placed in a cryostat as a solid support for cutting frozen sections

chuck

(chŭk)
A clamp or fastener that secures a moving part of a tool, or the object being worked on.

chuck

a hand grip to be attached to intramedullary pins to enable the surgeon to rotate or drive them into bone.
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I've seen him bowl loads of times and, if he's a chucker, I'd like to know what evidence there is to back up the allegation.
To optimize their performance, the chucker grinders are equipped with a precision air chuck, precision vision-based part alignment system, electronic part touch probing, and a programmable in-process multidiameter gaging system that provides in-process size control of critical part diameters.
Both the in-process gaging and touch probing systems used on the Aldridge chucker grinders are products of Marposs Corp, Auburn Hills, MI.
The manual chuckers, on the other hand, took about 1.
MARK BUTCHER is facing disciplinary action from Lord's after he condemned Sri Lankan bowler Ruchira Perera as a chucker.
They don't watch bowlers like myself or Brett Lee of Australia because they think we are chuckers.