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groover

[′grüv·ər]
(engineering)
A tool for forming grooves in a slab of concrete not yet hardened.

groover

A tool used to form grooves in a concrete slab before hardening; used to control crack locations or provide patterns.
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Yet a closer look reveals the care with which Groover crafted these compositions, despite taking them on the fly as trucks and cars passed in front of her lens.
In the general feminist context, Groover proposes that women writers in various literary genres outside theology have actually "done theology" by exploring women's relationship to the "sacred" or the "spiritual" a term whose definition she borrows from Carol Ochs as "coming into relationship" (3).
To begin with, the portable RIDGID 920 roll groover has a capacity range of 2" to 24" diameter pipe, the largest of any non-stationary groover currently on the market.
At several points, Groover slips into idealised accounts of a world of yeoman farmers, with little slavery, absent landlords, and virtually invisible landless tenants and squatters.
According to the Associated Press, Groover, speaking of Kerry, also said, "We're thankful that there's going to be a revolution in this country.
Groover has provided education to schools, stylists and salons for 20 years and notes that “70% of women suffer from breakage, damaged, dehydrated, malnourished hair due to outdated hair care practices and products”, causing stylist to lose clients and credibility.
East Kirkcarswell Farm, July 23/24 Festival highlight The Charlatans played a seamless set, opening with old Hammond groover Then.
The company is aiming to expand retail distribution of its Smoothiepack, Groover and Smoothiesmile brands, which are already big in foodservice.
The concerts will be kicked off by the groover from Vancouver Bryan Adams who is sure to delight the crowds with strings of his hits, including Summer of `69, Run To You, Everything I Do and Heaven.
Groover, has nothing in common with the Diaghilev/Rubinstein version, although choreographically it takes its cue from the old Ballets Russes style of exoticism (think Scheherazade).
John Hammond has supplemented Groover, who comes back to a shorter distance after a well-beaten last of four in the Prix des Chenes.
Our video features volunteers from some of the 17 great causes we are supporting, models from Colours Agency, children and adults from Scene One Theatre Arts and the Daily Record's Bev Lyons, who was a particularly good groover.