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siz·er

(sī'zĕr),
A cylinder of variable diameter, with rounded ends, used to measure the internal diameter of the bowel in preparation for stapling.

si·zer

(sī'zĕr)
A cylinder of variable diameter, with rounded ends, used to measure the internal diameter of the bowel in preparation for stapling.
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Sizer became a frac sand hauler around four years ago, when she answered an ad on Craigslist seeking drivers in the Permian Basin.
Sizer tells of the pain of rejection and betrayal by his peers, of pursuing knowledge, neglecting God, and finally of God's bigger plan for his life.
Speaking on Monday during his first week with the Diocese of Guildford and ahead of his inauguration, the Right Rev Andrew Watson said he had met with Rev Sizer and did not believe his motives were anti-Semitic, but that he had "demonstrated appallingly poor judgement in the material he has chosen to disseminate, particularly via social media, some of which is clearly anti-Semitic".
The Aggregates Sizer is capable of covering all ranges of SVP particle size in a single measurement, and can evaluate the concentration ([micro]g/mL) that can induce allergic systemic reactions such as anaphylaxis and other severe side effects.
Two 10-lane electronic sizers with defect sorters from GP Graders of Australia will reduce the company's reliance on manual sorting of cherries by efficiently sizing cherries and sorting each piece of fruit automatically.
Mobile Sizer was immature when making his debut in a bumper at the venue last Christmas and won a maiden hurdle at Tipperary in April.
Mission Hill Elementary School in Roxbury was founded by Sizer's CES colleague Deborah Meier as a Boston Pilot School in 1995 and serves students from kindergarten through grade eight.
Owners of the club's Neasham Road ground Philip Scott and Graham Sizer have offered pounds 50,000 to keep them afloat, but it is conditional on Darlington FC Supporters' Trust matching it.
Theodore Ryland Sizer (1932-2009) was known as one of the leading liberal educational reformers in the United States for nearly half a century (Diffily 2010).