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blotter

[′bläd·ər]
(engineering)
A disk of compressible material used between a grinding wheel and its flanges to avoid concentrated stress.
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In an excerpt from Police Blotter of Police Community Precinct (PCP) -2, dated July 7, recorded by Sr.
The blotter can be viewed as a leading social and cultural indicator.
At AB Marketing & Copywriting, Alli Blotter provides digital marketing services for life and business coaches.
were isolated in higher frequency from blotter paper method as compared to agar plate.
County have also used water hogs from the Celtic Manor and have now taken another step by hiring a 'blotter' machine, designed to deal directly with the problem of standing water on the pitch.
The silver and rosewood desk blotter, made by William Davenport in 1910, is expected to fetch between PS800 and PS1,200 when it is auctioned at Christie's in London.
Following the discontinuation of Hollingsworth and Vose ERT FF3 blotter paper in late 2010, EDANA's ad-hoc task force made the decision, in its meeting on 31st August, that the Ahlstrom Grade 989 appears to be the closest possible substitute for the discontinued paper; but that it cannot be seen as an equivalent, due to differences in its strike through time and in its liquid absorption capacity among other, less important factors.
A full service agency brokerage firm headquartered in Boston, Pulse Trading offers a range of electronic trading capabilities covering block crossing and blotter scraping technology.
CBS relocated "The Good Wife" to make way for "Unforgettable," and on paper (or at least, a crime blotter), it's a solid bet.
Anita Manning was examining a blotter book belonging to Napoleon when she found the lock of hair and a handwritten note to Sir Walter from a Mr Dalton.
After a chapter on mapping basics, the book presents common geographic projects and provides 73 scripts and examples to show how to create interactive maps and mashups such as a weather map, a Twitter friend finder, and mapping of the local police blotter. The scripts are based on the open-source Mapstraction JavaScript library, so they are compatible with most mapping services.
For up-to-the-minute developments, here's the Austin American Statesman's blotter blog.