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swager

(swāj′ĕr)
A dental tool or device used to shape silver amalgam or gold by applying pressure from different directions simultaneously.
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Swager, Desmond said the MSC opinion explained that courts have been misunderstanding the term "the proximate cause." Desmond said the new opinion brought in a greater element of legal cause into the equation.
In the new position, Swager will provide the company with overall direction, guidance, day-to-day support for all mining operations in Central Florida and joint ventures across the globe, emphasising on maximizing sustainable growth, profitability, safety, continuous improvement, employee development and engagement.
Two major advantages of the technique are that it is inexpensive and the "pencil lead" is extremely stable, Swager says.
The structure of the course was influenced by an article by Ronald Swager (2000) that provided a comprehensive framework of the economic development process and by a Ray Perryman (2006) article describing more traditional economic development thinking Overall, the course gives the student the "big picture" of the MSEDE program.
Swager, who manages a Publix pharmacy in Lakeland, Fla., said that before the drug benefit was implemented his store created a list of potential beneficiaries and contacted them ahead of time to advise them of the new program.
"Customers appreciated our efforts," said Publix pharmacist David Swager. "The bond between pharmacists and patients has actually grown stronger."
For more information, call Ron Swager or Rita Deloney at (501) 569-8519 or e-mail rjswager@ualr.edu or rkdeloney@ualr.edu.
Swager draws upon her many years of experience and expertise writing resumes for a recruiting firm and giving job-hunting seminars to write Conquering Today's Changing Job Market: Solutions For Job Hunters And College Students.
However, MIT chemist Tim Swager cautions that because the underlying mechanism remains unclear, he's unconvinced that the voltage-induced switching is permanent.
"UV Ink Jet Technology: The Next Wave" featured Gary Swager of Jetrion LLC, John Braddock of Akzo Nobel Resins and James Goodrich of Sartomer; while "Pre-Press Boot Camp" was led by Kelly VandenBosch of X-Rite and Tom Jacobs, Creo Americas, Inc.
I have been told that an expatriate Nova Scotian writer for young adults, Christine Swager, long resident in South Carolina, has appeared on US television supporting Walter B.
"Nuestro gobierno decidio que hacian falta nuevas tecnologias para sus soldados", explica Timothy Swager, director adjunto del ISN.