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rotary

1. a part of a machine that rotates about an axis
2. US and Canadian another term for roundabout (for traffic)

rotary

[′rōd·ə·rē]
(mechanical engineering)
A rotary machine, such as a rotary printing press or a rotary well-drilling machine.
The turntable and its supporting and rotating assembly in a well-drilling machine.
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In 1942, Rotarians in London convened a conference to plan a world of peace.
On behalf of all Rotarians throughout the world, please recognize our polio eradication efforts when appropriate.
The president told the Chairman that Rotarians are actively involved in polio eradication campaign around the world, assisting local community for better sanitation and ensuring supply of clear drinking water.
She has served on Northwest Christian University's board of trustees, and, as a Rotarian, served as international service director for four years and Rotary Duck Race captain for five years.
One of the competitors taking part in the weightlifting competition at the Rotary Welsh Disabled Sports Team Championships, assisted by Rotarian Karen McGrath and Mark Munnery, a British Amateur Athletics Board coach
Funds were raised through a sponsored seven hour musical event by professional musician Rotarian Phil Hampson, and an "Eye Ball " tea dance at the Aberhod restaurant, Rhos on Sea.
Profiles reveal the average Rotarian to be aged 56 with an income of around pounds 70,000.
Every Rotarian represented their industry and organization and the energy in public service
More than 157 children and their carers were present to enjoy the non-stop entertainment provided by Rotarian Rab Smith with assistance from a number of club members.
Rotarian Norman Kemp informed the members that the Young Writers Award which had been won by Brooksbank School.
She said membership had dwindled in recent years, and the death of 70-year Rotarian Leonard H.