buncher

buncher

[′bən·chər]
(electronics)
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The first time I heard the words "feller buncher," I thought it was a football huddle, but it turned out to be a piece of machinery to cut down and bunch trees into a pile.
ASABE member John Andruch III, Tracked Feller Buncher Engineer, Caterpillar Forest Products, LaGrange, Ga.
Buncher had been in Beaver since 1998, first as executive editor and then later as publisher.
Zoe's apprentice, Adele Buncher, is following in her footsteps and quickly building up a client base of her own.
That small dollar margin is sufficient to launch a thousand buncher machines across America's hills and hollows--that and the need for flooring and for paper bags typically used for about 15 minutes before tossing.
State of birth in the United States was studied as an exposure of interest for PD (Betemps and Buncher 1993).
The feller buncher is a smaller machine, with pinchers and a saw at the end.
The company has just completed the integration of its two most recent acquisitions - Classic Housewares from Frederick Cooper and Hockley-based Buncher & Haseler.
PAR607) JAMES BUNCHER - SAFEGUARD HEALTH ENTERPRISES INC (SFGD).
As supervisor at kitchen hardware manufacturer Buncher and Haseler, it's his job to.
Cites failure toenforce the City's stormwater management ordinance against the Buncher Company at important Strip District development project