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Winders

Treads of steps used in a winding staircase or when stairs are carried around curves or angles.
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The soft winders, rewinders and assembly winders with electronic yarn-guided winding spindles with precision crossing and completely electronical "on-line" tension and density control are designed for the processing of both continuous and staple yarns.
She graduated from Harrisburg High School and attended Southeastern Illinois College and was working at Harrisburg Medical Center when she met Nicky Winders, whose father was preaching a revival in the area.
The former was tasked with the design and drafting of the headgear, shaft collar and winder house for a new service shaft.
Time Tutelary has brought urban focus on automatic watch winders and increased their popularity.
The MIDEX-HSD winder for cast film and sheet from Reifenhauser (U.S.
We at Wolf pursue excellence in every watch winder we create and our inspiration is taken from the perfect rotation of the planets, stars and galaxies to the flawless rhythm of the four seasons.
The assumption throughout is that the Winders and their musical associates were mainly interested in playing for dancing, as a modern ceilidh band might be.
By drawing on multiple disciplines (chiefly geography, but also sociology, anthropology, political science, and others), Winders provides a keen analysis of the "new geography of immigration settlement" in Nashville, whose dominant local history understands race as black and white and does not include Latino immigrant settlement.
But Mr Winders, a 33-year-old dad-of-two, hopes he can eventually encourage youngsters in schools across Teesside to learn the circus skills.
The winder is AC-driven and introduces a number of engineering features for improved performance.
Founded in 1995 this acclaimed brand is the dream outcome of two school friends Harald Buben and Christian Zorweg whose passion saw them set new standards in horology for watch winders, luxurious 'Objects of time' and fine mechanical clocks.
Through six generations of Winders, the dairy proved its longevity, but the stability of the demand for Winder milk made keeping up with the times less of a priority.