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Shaver

 

a gear-cutting tool used for gear shaving. The cutting edges are arranged along the surface of the teeth of a spur or worm generating gear or along the surface of a generating rack.

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Before I can ask Shaver more questions, she says that if I want to see turtles today, I need to join one of the patrols about to head out.
At one point, Shaver is seen putting his hands behind his back.
Sunday morning was routine at the Shaver household, albeit with the presence of Marxer, 51, a music teacher in the LA Unified School District, who flew from Los Angeles to join him for the special day.
Market Potential Rates of the overall electric shaver and hair care equipment market and different product segments
While the Shaver stories amused some as good yarns and infuriated others as outrageous nonsense," Nadis recounts, "Shaver's paranoid vision beckoned to many as genuine.
The Lithium Ion Three-in-One features new packaging that is smaller and fits in the shaver display of most planograms.
Shaver joins A4A from Delta Air Lines, where she held several positions, including manager, Flight Control, Cargo Revenue Management and manager, Compliance and Operations Control Center Support, Cargo Operations.
Shaver, in 2006, and also his brothers, Grady Shaver and Gladus Shaver, and sisters, Eloise Pitts and Georgia Hazlett.
The Weld Shaver is available in three versions, differentiated only by their cutting width.
The revolutionary shaver features a handful of intelligent design elements that add up to a smooth salon-quality shave.
Products that moved upward in the top listings include men's electric shavers, massaging appliances and drip coffeemakers, the latter of which did not appear at all among the top products when NPD performed this study in 2005 and 2006.
The study reported here evaluated the ozone levels in Fresno, California, and the downwind community of Shaver Lake, California, during the summer months of June, July, August, and September from 1997 to 2001.