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sander

1. a power-driven tool for smoothing surfaces, esp wood, plastic, etc., by rubbing with an abrasive disc
2. a person who uses such a device

sander

[′san·dər]
(mechanical engineering)
An electric machine used to sand the surface of wood, metal, or other material.
A device attached to a locomotive or electric rail car which sands the rails to increase friction on the driving wheels.

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The German sauropod's miniaturization resulted from an island-dwelling lifestyle, Sander and his colleagues proposed at a meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology in Denver last week.
Taping in his small, retro-deco Chelsea studio apartment, Sander quickly garnered a devoted audience.
All communities have economic development information available, but putting it together on a Web site will make it easy for developers," Sander says.
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The enhanced practice will enable the combined firm to strengthen relationships with clients in Japan and China, where Squire Sanders has strong offices, and with clients and opportunities in Africa, and the rest of South East Asia.
I think it's 37 miles from my house to the Hall of Fame," Sanders said.
The combination talks between Squire Sanders and Hammonds were announced in August, and partners from each legacy firm overwhelmingly approved the combination in November.
September 27 What the Bath stewards had given to Sanders, a win on Gold Hush, is taken away on appeal by Jamie Osborne, trainer of Six Of Diamonds.
No other Olympic city has been able to offer that and, without massive construction, we won't have the arguments over siting and financing and cost overruns,'' Sanders said.
Sanders leaves behind a legacy of accomplishments and tough shoes to fill, Geehan said.
While exposure to anthropology in Franz Boas's classes had surely influenced this progression in Odum's thought, Sanders asserts that Johnson was instrumental in introducing later changes in the field of sociology to Odum.
An outspoken critic of the Patriot Act, the first lawmaker to take a busload of constituents to Canada to buy prescription drugs, the leader of a successful effort to block the Bush Administration's plan to slash worker pensions, and an economic populist with crossover appeal to Vermont's rural dairy farmers as well as liberals in Burlington, Sanders is the kind of down-to-earth grassroots candidate willing to oppose the Republicans in no uncertain terms.