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ma·chine

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

machine

/ma·chine/ (mah-shēn´) a mechanical contrivance for doing work or generating energy.
heart-lung machine  a combination blood pump (artificial heart) and blood oxygenator (artificial lung) used in open-heart surgery.

machine

See Heart-lung machine, Suicide machine.

ma·chine

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

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Steve Kouyoumdjian, above, looks at a drill bit he's working on with machinist instructor Eduardo McLean, whose hands hold the bit.
The new visual/voice capability rounds out Realtrac's floor-to-floor capability, delivering information in real time, from machinist to machinist, without the error that often creeps into conventional systems, Tom Ingraham believes.
The United States has a severe shortage of qualified machinists and Northern New England is no exception," said Jim Miller, director of operations at Hypertherm.
Also graduating from the machinist training program are Huy Doan, Rod Faust and Chuong To.
The machinists also bore and cut a new bronze tube for the gland.
Machinists said, We believe your negotiations committee was successful in achieving a stand-alone agreement that addresses the current needs of the membership and provides significant gains in moving forward to the second step of a joint collective bargaining with our alliance partner with the TWU.
The machinist now must go through a period of relearning.
Machinist, an eight-year-old, will be their first runner.
DiFranco remains publisher of TMD, and last month Thomas Grasson, who had worked under him at Penton as chief editor/publisher of American Machinist, left AM to join TMD as editor.
Although Lowrance considered itself ready to meet those needs, milling machinist Marcel McLean began to have concerns about programming delays.
A machinist, Charlie, exposed himself and masturbated in front of her.
One of the most capable machinist "brains' was John "Buddy' Sugg, a raspy-voiced veteran of the union/management wars, who headed up both the "contracting-in committee,' which helped bring repair work back in-house and the "Efficiency Credit Teams,' which sought ways to increase productivity and cut purchasings costs.