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channeler

[′chan·əl·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
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As an FBI-approved Channeler, Eid Passport is authorized to process FBI fingerprint-based criminal history checks for non-criminal justice purposes.
The aim is textual immediacy: Macbeth as channeler of his own downfall.
Troupe members interviewed some 125 people, including government employees, women named Jessica Lynch, a former cult member, a channeler of intergalactic entities and a vitriolic cabbie.
Recently I saw that channeler extraordinaire, Gillian Welch, play before a crowd made up mostly of Ole Miss students.
I am quoting dolphin-spirit channeler Neville Rowe in Tom Corboy's trickily satiric documentary about the New Age movement The New Believers (1990).
The author's outlook lends itself to an entertaining read; I cannot fathom fully appreciating a book on this topic that revealed too much of an agenda, thus forcing readers to be proselytized to by an abductee or channeler, or even worse, lectured to by a dour cynic.
I can value myself as an alchemist or channeler of the spirits of the dead, and in seeing reasons to act to carry out my alchemy or channeling, I am not mistaken about what reasons I have.
The number one bestseller ("nonfiction") is channeler James Van Praagh's Talking to Heaven
Denise Chavez remarks, "I am a channeler for so many voices I hear, and I feel a commitment and a responsibility.
Engineered for durability and quick changeover, the MagnaSwitch product channeler from HiSpeed Checkweigher Co.