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ma·chine

(mă-shēn'),
Any mechanical apparatus or device.
[L. machina, contrivance]
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machine

See Heart-lung machine, Suicide machine.
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ma·chine

(mă-shēn')
Any mechanical apparatus or device.
[L. machina, contrivance]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

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"It is very difficult to find skilled CNC machinists as well as wire EDM setup people," said Bob Tarantino, president of New Jersey Precision Technologies, a Mountainside, N.J.-based EDM contract manufacturer for the medical device industry.
A metal machinist will most likely get their plastics from a distributor whose materials may come from a variety of sources.
The machinist now must go through a period of relearning.
Hopefully, there will be no repeat of Machinist's Derby day conduct at Epsom, where, after sitting down in the stalls, he finished last.
For Nora, becoming a machinist is a family affair because while she was training to become a machinist at Cowley as a freshman, her father was also doing so as a sophomore.
DVD Extras: Director commentary, exclusive interview with director Brad Anderson, The Making of The Machinist featurette, eight deleted scenes.
In a written statement to the US authorities, Johnnie Lauridsen Nielsen, the machinist, reportedly said that the practice was an "unwritten rule" on ships owned and operated by A.P.
Another member of the original 1919 group was Chief Machinist's Mate (Aviation) Eugene "Smokey" Rhoads, NAP No.
She worked as a sewing machinist at Morris Bodies and for the last years of her working life as a machinist for Standard Triumph.
A machinist, Charlie, exposed himself and masturbated in front of her.
"The Machinist." The International Association of Machinists (IAM) announced that it was terminating the publication of its monthly magazine, The Machinist, which was first printed in 1946.