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dotter

[′däd·ər]
(optics)
A worker who uses a centering machine to locate the optical center and optical axis of a lens, for the guidance of workers who will cut, edge, trim, and mount the lens. Also known as spotter.
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They will also present short extracts from their forthcoming dance theatre work based on Dotter of Her Father's Eyes, performed live by Bettina and dancer Christopher Owen.
Deltagarna (n=10) ar foraldrar till en son eller en dotter med diagnostiserad psykisk sjukdom eller neuropsykiatrisk storning enligt the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (18).
Dotter performed the first percutaneous transluminal angioplasty, and quite a bit has changed in healthcare over the course of those 50 years.
The photo judges included Earl Dotter, a prize-winning photo journalist based in Maryland, Bonnie Stutski, photo editor for Smithsonian magazine, and Susan Moeller, a photojournalism professor at the University of Maryland.
And the sprawling orange patches that crawl like nets over other plants are parasitic plants called dotter.
I am taking my buckskin quarterhorse Totter Dotter on long trail rides in Yellowstone Park.
This may, in a poem, come out like so: "Wir sind der Hahn und die Henne / Wir sind auch die kleinen Huhnerlein // Und das Ei / Wer ist das Ei / WIR SIND DAS EI / das Dotter aber auch das Eiwei[Beta] // Au[Beta]erdem sind wir der Fuchs / der die Huhner fri[Beta]t // Wir sind aber auch wirklich alles" (We are rooster and hen / we are also the little chickies / And the egg / who is the egg / WE ARE THE EGG / the yolk and the white // And furthermore we are the fox / Who eats the chicken // Really, we are all of it).
Earl Dotter, free-lance photographer, Silver Spring, Md.
The later novels Hertha (1856) and Fader och dotter (1858; Father and Daughter) deal with the social effects of the assertion of women's rights.
Patent 8,628,718 (January 14,2014), "Modified Polylactic Acid, Polymeric Blends and Methods of Making the Same," Fengkui Li,John Ashbaugh, David Rauscher, and Robert Dotter (Fina Technology, Inc.
Even at such a young age, Dotter was changed by the experience.