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settler

[′set·lər]
(engineering)
A separator, such as a tub, pan, vat, or tank in which the partial separation of a mixture is made by density difference; used to separate solids from liquid or gas, immiscible liquid from liquid, or liquid from gas.
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She serves on a number of boards of directors, including Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation, The Pioneer Family of Mutual Funds, Brady Corporation and Briggs & Stratton Corporation.
Brenda Shaw - Reading and signing of "Eliza and Mentora: The Story of a Pioneer Family in Northern Maine," 2 p.
A decade ago, Lee was profiled in a book about Newhall Land by Ruth Waldo Newhall, who married into the pioneer family.
Pioneer Investments") has reached an agreement with Cullen Capital Management, LLC ("Cullen") to reorganize Cullen Value Fund into the Pioneer family of funds.
These are the people, the family names of some of the most influential automotive pioneers, families who will be invited to a first-ever "auto pioneer family reunion.
Frederick Dunn, a member of a Eugene pioneer family and then chairman of the University of Oregon Latin Department, was the leader - or "exalted cyclops" - of the Eugene Klan.
His history and the entire Courtney family history gives us a candid glimpse of the blue collar life of a pioneer family in the San Fernando Valley through much of the century.
Roy Papp & Associates, LLP into the Pioneer family of funds.
and Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation, and a trustee of the Pioneer Family of Mutual Funds.
More than 70 people, including a former Lancaster mayor and descendants of a pioneer family, have filed a lawsuit claiming they lost $2.
Pioneer Investments") announces the reorganization of two mutual funds managed by Oak Ridge Investments, LLC ("Oak Ridge Investments") into the Pioneer family of funds.
6 billion in assets currently held in Safeco's 22 mutual funds will become part of the Pioneer family of funds.