sharpening stone

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sharpening stone

[′shär·pə·niŋ ‚stōn]
(engineering)
A device such as a whetstone used for sharpening by hand.

whetstone

A piece of stone, natural or artificial, used to sharpen cutting tools.
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is the savings and loan holding company for WaterStone Bank.
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He was appointed as Waterstone Homes' 'rst sta member in 2003, and was responsible for building the business, leading land acquisition, planning, technical, project management and sales.
He was appointed as Waterstone Homes' rst Homes' rst member in 2003 and was responsible for building the business, leading land acquisition, planning, technical, project management and sales.
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Tye said the Waterstone team is honored to have received this prestigious recognition.
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8bn in assets at March 31, 2015, Waterstone Financial Inc is a single-bank, holding company headquartered in Wauwatosa, WI.
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