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slusher

[′sləsh·ər]
(engineering)
A method for the application of vitreous enamel slip to ware by dashing it on the ware to cover all its parts, excess then being removed by shaking the ware.
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In Utah Business magazine's annual Summit/ Wasatch regional roundtable (September 2015), Cathy Slusher, owner of C&S Creative, said, "Vail is a perfect example of zero trickle-down.
Barbara Slusher, founder and President of ADDC, and Director, Johns Hopkins Drug Discovery (bslusher@jhmi.
Eric Slusher, a spokesman for Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster, confirmed that no further litigation was expected Wednesday.
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He could emulate the great Slusher Treadwell, performing the useful trick of playing his instrument and speaking at the same time, giving musical guidance to the rest of us in the band.
Barbara Slusher, Professor of Neurology, Psychiatry, and Neuroscience, Johns Hopkins University and co-Founder and President, Academic Drug Discovery Consortium - Dr.
The winners, who received cash prizes from Peake Management, included: Elka Sterling, Erik Van, Steven Van, Nick Slusher and Aman Mehmood from Baku, Azerbaijan; Hunter Walton, Sofia Monterroso, Leon Barnes and Jamal Anaele from Maputo, Mozambique; Walker Jarrell, William Jarrell, Madeline Jarrell and Wyatt Jarrell from Shenyang, China; Connor Pearson, Gwyneth Pearson and Owen Pearson from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; and Colston Moder from Frankfurt, Germany.
Slusher - George Clinton Slusher, 65, of Eugene, died Dec.
Allen Slusher, "Scarcity and Environmental Stress in Public Organisations," Administration and Society, II, 3, 1979.
In spite of suffering from severe gassing, Slusher had showed a remarkable display of persistence and compassion as he continued providing medical care and service to wounded French and American soldiers for over two days.
William Slusher is a published author from Okanagan County.
Lieutenant Eva Slusher (previously Eva Crouch) (8) had physical custody of her daughter for six years in accordance with her divorce order, when she was subsequently mobilized for eighteen months with her Kentucky National Guard unit.