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facer

a lathe tool used to turn a face perpendicular to the axis of rotation
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For more information on the issues raised by this article, please contact Andrew Facer at andrew.
Facer is a simple approach to optimize the appearance of wine sections and other bottled items that are difficult to maintain.
Learning Future, Education, Technology and Social Change by Keri Facer is an informative book drawing on over 10 years of research on digital technologies, social change and education.
Facer directs the Language Learning Center and Abdous directs the Center for Learning Technologies at Old Dominion University.
Kay Alexander, compere, BBC Midlands Today; Martin Hagan, Peter Rees-Steer, Trevor Foster, Sir Trevor Brooking, Sally Beavan Pictures: Tony Flanagan Mike Hopkins, Latifa Facer, Indy Lotay Andy Mangal, Liz and John Kelly, Nigel Hastilow
FUN: From left, Miah Lever, Chloe Facer and Grace Rachel CAUGHT RED HANDED: Chloe Merritt and Zac Cousins playing with paint at Durham Light Infantry Art Gallery and Museum
PDSA's David Facer said: "Weird items are the exception but they certainly keep our eyebrows raised.
Lions scored a second try through flanker Danny Facer, Hawken's second touchline conversion taking his side 14-0 ahead with 12 minutes played.
There has been a runner named Zentmyer and Facer on each team.
The addition of this machine to Rigid's existing BHS Modul Facer will not only offer customers an extended product range but also shorter lead times and increased flexibility.
11 for Rulon Lester "Les" Facer of Harrisburg, who died Feb.