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reclaimer

[rē′klām·ər]
(computer science)
A device that performs dynamic storage allocation, periodically searching memory to locate cells whose contents are no longer useful for computation, and making them available for other uses.
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Caption: Knowing the height and shape of each pile, this longitudinal storage system for bulk materials not only automatically directs the reclaimer to the right position, but additionally allows a precise forecast of future demand.
In the first book Helen was presented at Court, and found out that she was a descendent of Reclaimers, who are charged with defending Britain against the evil Deceivers.
The standard circular loading hopper in each model allows filling from various angles and helps to prevent overfilling of the reclaimer screw.
The Rotary Lump Crusher/Sand Reclaimers have the lowest operating cost per ton in the industry worldwide.
If a reclaimer is used, it helps maintain the operation and allows contractors to use mud volumes needed for the job.
This was not an easy task and some who wanted to copy others and sell items such as milk were not able to do so as they could not figure out whom to sell it to (Interview with Reclaimer #54, 7 February 2010).
7 November 2014 - US refrigerant services company Hudson Technologies Inc (NASDAQ:HDSN) has acquired reclamation business and assets of domestic refrigeration reclaimer Polar Technologies, the buyer has announced in a statement.
The reclaimer, refrigerant, Item 107, NSN 4250-01-396-8928, should be replaced with NSN 4250-01-555-7587.
In addition to safety interlocks on all doors, features include stainless steel shot collection, cyclone media reclaimer, and dust collector.
Designed for use with harsh mineral grit abrasives, the blast system is supplied with a cyclone separator and media reclaimer lined with abrasion-resistant urethane rubber.
A reclaimer based in the Gulf says, "Markets have been average.