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crandall

crandall
A hammer-like tool having a number of sharp, pointed steel rods which are held in a slot at the end of a handle; used for dressing stone.
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Crandall, "but that is our job-crafting the best experiences using our local knowledge."
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Gow planted the seed, which would be sown as Crandall Free Library, in a paper read before the Lyceum several years before its inception.
Crandall praised the recommendations as an important step forward.
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Telson subrectangular, dorsomedian longitudinal groove, and prominent spine on each lateral border (Faxon, 1914; Riek, 1971; Hobbs, 1991; Rudolph & Crandall, 2012).
Crandall joined its board of directors as of 16 October 2015.
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Roger Crandall, chief executive officer of MassMutual, and Ted Mathas, CEO, talked about their companies' cautious search for yield at a CEO panel at an insurance industry conference organized by Standard & Poor's.
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