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bender

[′ben·dər]
(mechanical engineering)
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bender

For pipes, see hickey, 2.
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The deal transfers Benders Paper Cups' day-to-day transactional banking to Lloyds Bank, and provides an uplift in facilities including overdraft and foreign exchange to support the business's global expansion and enable it to trade effectively with international partners.
His name: Todd von Bender. We made an appointment for the Saturday after Christmas.
Benders said the sale of the business completes a turnaround and restructuring which began in 2007 and the company is now looking to become Europe''s leading dedicated paper cup manufacturer.
On the commercial side, orders were placed by Brazil's Plural Grafica for a Vision punch-bender, Transcontinental Mexico for a three-point bender, and World Color in Peru for extensive plate automation and handling.
Barnshaw Section Benders based in Coseley, is creating 11 new jobs and investing over pounds 1m in new machinery to enable the company to bend steel sections, tube and plate for use in large construction projects.
Bender (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2004.
Along the Osage Trail outside the tiny village of Cherryvale, Kansas, the Bender Inn seemed a haven for weary travelers, and one could not help but be enchanted by Kate Bender, the mysterious and beautiful proprietor.
Benders Paper Cup Company opened the base on Gresford Industrial Park.
Boulder, CO, March 01, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Birch Benders Micro-Pancakery[R], the world's first natural and organic, just-add-water, gourmet pancake & waffle mix, is unveiling its new branding and packaging on March 7, 2014 at Natural Products Expo West in Anaheim, CA.