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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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The shift from the old system of crime reporting known as Police Regional Office Period Report to the Unit Crime Periodic Report (Ucper) in 2009 also meant that total crime volume would be sourced not only from the police blotter but also from the barangay blotter and crime reports from other law enforcement agencies like the National Bureau of Investigation, Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency and the Department of Social Welfare and Development.
3] or heat at 30[degrees]C for 3 d ([dagger]) BB = between blotters; TB = top of blotters.
Now a freelance writer, Brown doesn't like most alternative blotters these days.
pre-scented blotters, try-on[R] blotters, and flower
When the corresponding DBS specimens were amplified after the methanol treatment, the reaction mixtures were colorless and clear after PCR, and OLA was successfully accomplished for every specimen, verifying the importance of the methanol treatment of the blotters.
Ready-made presses usually come with blotters and ventilators (pieces of corrugated cardboard) to wick moisture away from drying plant parts.
The hearing panel found that the MSC representatives misled FINRA about the firm's supervisory efforts relating to the red flag blotters and failed to mention that MSC had suspended review of the blotters.
This survey approach, of asking a statistical sample of people if their families have been victimized, gives crime rates very much higher-and I think more realistic-than the official crime rates from police blotters.
Contract award: provision of diaries, calendars, schedules and blotters vintages 2015 and 2016 for the group la poste.
The company now intends to follow up on this successful launch by introducing Seal-On Blotters this spring.