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restorer

[ri′stȯr·ər]
(electronics)
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Last year's success came in the Listed James Seymour Stakes at Newmarket in October, and Restorer should find the improvement required to defy a penalty on his all-weather bow.
Terry (right) | and Chris Dean, from Meriden, are in the final of the UK's Restorer of the Year A FATHER and son who share a love of classic cars have reached the grand nal of a nationwide competition thanks to their latest labour of love.
Maintainer lines are used for conversion into new CMS lines and restorer lines are subsequently used as male parent in hybrid development program.
Dynamic voltage restorer (DVR) is one of the most efficient and effective custom power devices that can mitigate voltage sags swells and harmonics coming from supply side.
Leather Afterlife has therefore, sought to respond to this need by offering their leather conditioner and restorer at reduced prices.
Francis Joseph Dvorak is an artist, art restorer and teacher.
NimCor's Roll Restorer is a mobile tool that repairs damaged or crushed cores right on the plant floor.
The restorer first was given a dozen items as a test to determine the restoration capability.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a furniture restorer killed in a roadside tragedy.
As organizers put the finishing touches to the new laboratory this past week, head restorer Alice Baltera donned white overalls and glasses to work on the statues.
What sweeter moment can there be for the restorer of old iron than the completion of a project, looking at the finished tractor and drinking in the satisfaction of a job well done?