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strip·per

(strip'ĕr),
An instrument used to facilitate the removal of tissue, usually varicose veins.

stripper

A surgical instrument used to remove veins, tendons, or periosteum.

stripper

surgical instrument for stripping the periosteum from bone. See matson elevator.
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The quality criteria of the ring yarn show that the spindle method gives somewhat better yarn results than the stripper method.
The tenacity of the stripper well producers is challenging that view.
However, the Journal argues, the oil strippers are run by thinly capitalized mom-and-pop shops and are not resilient.
The basic process is simple: Remove the old finish with a chemical stripper, wash the wood with a cleaner (often called a "brightener") and apply a new finish, which may be a stain, sealer or waterproof er.
There may be a few bad apples, but most club owners take dancers' safety seriously and are appalled when strippers are mistreated, said Claude DaCorsi, a club operator and president of the Oregon chapter of the Association of Club Executives, an industry association.
We need someone who looks different from the rest of the company, who looks like he could be a stripper.
Potential licensees in the flooring products industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize the Stripper Gripper on a worldwide basis.
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Use a stripper or SimpleStrip (below) to take off wallpaper
Mr Jones said the defendant told police she didn't intend to pour the stripper over her sister but it spilled during the argument.