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stroker

Pseudomedicine
A popular term for a hand healer.
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In his new role, Stroker will be based in Amherst's New York office.
Midrange power from the Strokers was strong as we rumbled to 30 mph in 5.
Featuring two motors, one for the spindle and one for the stroker, the SV-10 vertical honing machine has the capability to run traditional tools as well as Sunnen's DH-series diamond hone head.
Stroker ruled in favor of a $9,800 impact fee charged by the Osceola County school board.
A few of the women even enjoyed status as sex symbols, such as Hedy Bienenfeld, a breast stroker in the late 1920s who once appeared on the cover of a popular smoking magazine sporting her swimsuit with a Star of David on the front.
So he became a nurturer, a stroker, a purveyor of positive thought.
Jack Stroker, business manager at polyester fiber maker Wellman, said, "The future of the industry is in question right now, unless something changes in the plans you have today.
According to SCCA President Richard Stroker, nearly 600 criminal justice professionals were in attendance, and the meeting was extremely successful.
Typically, the actuator is used as an electrohydraulic stroker on Denison hydraulic piston pumps.
The bow paddler, or stroker, sets the pace; the person in second or third position calls side-to-side paddling changes every 8 to 14 strokes.
at electronica 2012 (November 13-16) to stage a "Name That Beer" demonstration using the Wasatch Photonics Stroker 785L Raman Spectrometer.