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dotter

[′däd·ər]
(optics)
A worker who uses a centering machine to locate the optical center and optical axis of a lens, for the guidance of workers who will cut, edge, trim, and mount the lens. Also known as spotter.
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Dotter co-founded and served as president of Provinti, a financial and accounting services firm that deals mainly in the software, media, real estate and construction industries.
The Dotter Interventional Institute was established in 1990 and offers a multidisciplinary program in interventional therapy with emphasis on interventional education, research and patient care.
Lots of time we can make a part faster than they can get the drawing approved,'' Dotter said.
Dotter said he felt obliged to continue working on the bond effort.
The parents in the Palmdale School District chose not to go out and vote to guarantee their children's education,'' Dotter said.
Alicia Dotter has joined the agency as creative director, reporting to Chris Graves, Chief Creative Officer.
A few sooty shear waters and British storm petrels were offshore and a typically confiding dotter el snoozed on the beach, while purple sandpipers fed around the crumbling remains of World War II sea defences, but this most famous of peninsulas between the Humber and North Sea was hardly jump-ing bird-wise.
The reason voters need to approve the bond measure is that by 2003, based on current projections, the district is going to be out of room for students,'' said Doug Dotter, a parent who chairs the Classrooms for Kids Yes on Measure W committee.
The dotter el was fearless and allowed a close study of its intricate feather patterns.
Last year: Gaughan won the pole, but Bobby Dotter took the lead on the first lap.