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facer

a lathe tool used to turn a face perpendicular to the axis of rotation
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Danny Facer touches down, |but it's just short of the line
Facer told readers that Pierce's minders had no idea the interview would be a send-up when they allowed it access to the star.
Rather than send the dealer a direct payment, Facer issues a credit memo.
Newbold skipper |Danny Facer in the thick of the action.
Power for the heater is supplied by an on-board generator, while a hydraulic-pump system driven by the engine provides the power for the facer, dual-speed track system and more.
com)-- Animetrics, Inc, developer of next generation 3D imaging technologies for facial biometric systems today announced that they have begun offering the FaceR CredentialME, an authentication service for devices running various operating systems including Android, Windows Mobile and RIM.
Andrew Facer, a partner in the Wills and Trusts team at law firm Ward Hadaway.
Owner and head brewer Dave Facer said the brewery produced seven beers served on draught in pubs across North Wales.
In a move which could lead to a clampdown on other reckless jetski users Mark Goodwin, 25, was convicted of being negligent in charge of a ship over the incident in which 41-year-old Paul Facer was knocked unconscious and thrown into the water.
Warwickshire, who are captained by Rugby Lions flanker Dan Facer, have representatives from Barkers' Butts, Nuneaton, Leamington, Broadstreet, Stratford, Rugby St Andrews, Warwick University and Leicester in their squad.
Part of that was from increased income from increased enrollment that offset some cuts made to the district by the state,'' said Mark Facer, interim assistant superintendent of business services.
Rex Facer, who had finished shopping at Springfield's Gateway Mall and was loading items and three kids into the family's Suburban, said he and his wife probably will spend the credit on furniture and clothes.