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bender

[′ben·dər]
(mechanical engineering)

bender

For pipes, see hickey, 2.
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You can re-have these conversations,'' Bender said, by asking, "What do you feel about it now?
But after going through three jersey changes, Dortmund ran out of replacement shirts - meaning Bender would have to come off.
The CAIR Philadelphia branch announced the appointment of Bender as its executive director last Tuesday.
Bender has seen his twin brother Sven enjoy plenty of success with Dortmund in recent seasons, while Leverkusen have failed to win any silverware in his time at the club.
Style gets absorbed really fast by the culture," Bender would note in a 1987 interview with Cindy Sherman, recognizing that artists were an active agent of this process.
We can only see positives for Benders, its suppliers and most importantly its customers, from becoming part of a group of companies that sell more than 20 billion cups and a wide range of food service packaging right across Europe.
The position at Allied World came up, One of his mentors, Jim Duffy, was on the board there, and to top it off Bender was already familiar with Allied World, Carmilani and the rest of its leadership because he reinsured them.
As well as Metal Bender, his previous stints at Waikato Stud in New Zealand and at Baerami Thoroughbreds in New South Wales yielded Group 1 winners Piachay and Portland Singa.
Founded in 1998, Bender MedSystems, a privately held company, is headquartered in Vienna, Austria.
Although Yvonne Bender has written sound advice for classroom teachers in her book, The Tactful Teacher: Effective Communication with Parents, Colleagues, and Administrators, she has a great deal to say that will serve the independent music teacher as well.
decided to divest itself of Matthew Bender & Co.
Donnie Bender will take over crew chief duties from Dick LaHaie on Dixon's team.