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blotter

[′bläd·ər]
(engineering)
A disk of compressible material used between a grinding wheel and its flanges to avoid concentrated stress.
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POSIT Alert is a premier global platform for sourcing large blocks of liquidity, actively alerting buyside traders to liquidity that matches orders on their trade blotter.
The new trade blotter features include an overview of all current positions in one screen in both aggregated and non-aggregated form as well as shortcuts to watch lists and the charting facility.
Hometown Police Blotter will be signed at The Book Seller, 107 Mill Street, Grass Valley, CA, (530) 272-2131, January 23rd from 1:00pm to 3:00pm, complimentary wine and refreshments will be served.
THESE Seal-On blotters are an alternative to plasters and a must have product to keep in the bathroom for shaving nicks.
First, most LSD was circulated on tiny squares of blotter paper (and still is).
In front of the reconstruction of Rousseau's tomb in Ermenonville, I ingested a blotter of "Mad Hatter.
Churchill's blotter in the map room where he master- minded major battles got a soaking.
MARK: The model I saw was about the size of a large desk blotter piled six inches high with books.
At the time, Edward Moore Kennedy's only public record was on the blotter of the Virginia State Police, who issued speeding tickets to the University of Virginia Law School student.
With each filter blotter type that was studied, the absorbance ratio of the WT reaction to the mutant reaction in normal samples was significantly higher (Mann-Whitney U-test, P <0.
The collectables, including a walnut mounted desk blotter and matching cigarette lighter, were discovered among a treasure trove of items gathering dust in a shed.
I found the (superstar's) name on a police blotter and decided to let someone else worry about him for the next four years.