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inspirator

(ĭn′spĭ-rā″tor)
A type of respirator or inhaler.
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The Inspirator aims to understand the inspiration behind the process of specifying a car.
Freedom is given to the collaborators and the master himself doesn't design but works as a critic and inspirator. Inspiring indeed!
By adding the optional inspirator manifold block, the RFV begins to throttle at just 1.5 psid, making it effective in low pressure differential situations.
The poetic and semiotic innovations of William Morris, the founder of Kelmscott press and the inspirator for the artisanal printing revival, are, according to McGann, the pivotal precursive event that ushered into the modernist experimentation with the matter of language.
It is the teacher, contends Washton (1971) who is the enabler, the inspirator, and the constrainer.
With a nod acknowledging Dave Bourland as my preceder and inspirator, I termed my resulting enriched language E-Plus.
As we ascertain during the next several hours, Crupi is as much inspirator as futurist, as much listener as adviser.
That was the situation as the first issue of QUICK FROZEN FOODS appeared, and we have capsulated some of the events - both highlights and fascinating trivia - of the 68 years that our magazine has been the magazine of record, the spokesman, the prophet and the inspirator to the frozen food industry.
A media drawer lets users add photos, clip art and sounds, and an Inspirator feature has been incorporated for those experiencing writer's block.