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chaser

1
a drink drunk after another of a different kind, as beer after spirits

chaser

2
a lathe cutting tool for accurately finishing a screw thread, having a cutting edge consisting of several repetitions of the thread form

chaser

[′chās·ər]
(aerospace engineering)
The vehicle that maneuvers in order to effect a rendezvous with an orbiting object.
(engineering)
A thread-cutting tool with many teeth.
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Fresh Food: At Pin Chasers, staff serves fresh lunch to every child — included in the cost of camp.
The art of training is neither plain nor easy, especially considering the wide variety of horses out there, from the fast-twitch five-furlong specialist to the sturdy, steady longdistance chaser.
This was the most dangerous spot the storm chaser had ever been in.
To date, storm chaser data resources, and particularly the visual observations that chasers routinely capture, have remained underutilized by the scientific community.
While the real life weather stringers are not faking scenes, as in Night Crawler, they face an escalating need to get better, more dramatic video as storm chasers put themselves in dangerous situations to shoot high-quality video.
DOST's Science and Techology Information Institute (STII) also quoted Montejo as saying he has already identified a group from the Philippine Atmospheric and Geophysical, Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) who will comprise the storm chaser team's core to be dispatched to various areas before an expected typhoon hits land.
storm chasers used an app called RadarScope to spell out the initials of Tim Samaras, Paul Samaras and Carl Young as a tribute to the men, who died in a May 31 twister.
While there's no certain way to estimate how many chasers there are, long-time followers who crisscross the Midwest put the figure in the thousands, if not tens of thousands.
They believe his best performance of the season came in Ireland in the Ericsson Chase at Leopardstown and they state 'he put up a display which has had no equal by a chaser in Ireland for at least a decade.
Media coverage won't stop bug chasers, but it will give right-wingers more ammunition to denigrate gays.
Each company is graded as Chasers, Losers, Winners or Sleepers.
THE DREAM CHASER: A year later, Jessica formed her own band The Dream Chasers.