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burnish

[′bər·nish]
(engineering)
To polish or make shiny.
(metallurgy)
To develop a smooth, lustrous surface finish by tumbling with steel balls or rubbing with a hard metal pad.

burnish

To polish by friction; to make smooth and lustrous.
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The MRS3000 offers burnish and glide-test capabilities combined with state-of-the-art media certification in a single system to deliver the industry's most capable equipment in its class.
They also worked to bolster Democratic candidates and Democratic voter-registration numbers, and burnish Shelley's political standing.
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These capabilities, combined with numerous performance, scalability, device integration, and quality enhancements, including a new SAN correlation module for Microsoft SQL Server and support for IBM TotalStorage Enterprise Storage Server(R) (ESS) disk systems, burnish AppIQ's track record as the leading innovator in multi-vendor storage management.
We continue to burnish our track record of solid business results, solidifying our position as the leading independent supplier of open storage management software solutions," said Dave Lemont, CEO, AppIQ.
A Death in the Family'' has the handsome burnish of a labor of love, but that doesn't make it any less misguided.
MUHAMMAD Ali, a faltering 60-year-old man, is embraced round the world for courage, good deeds and an image millions burnish and remember.
Pharmacorp is a recognized name in Central America and Pharmessen's association with the company should greatly burnish our reputation as well.