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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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Gruentzig first learned of Dotter's catheter-based arterial dilation technique (dubbed Dottern in Germany) during a lecture in Frankfurt.
Oregon ranked 43rd on the previous list, the best performance since the list first started to be complied in the late 1980s, according to Dotter.
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).
Mary, who had retired from her lecturing post at Sunderland University, recalls: "I was looking for another project after finishing Dotter of Her Father's Eyes back in the summer of 2010.
Dotter's contributions to the field of medicine are both numerous and significant.
Guests include Mary and Bryan Talbot whose collaboration Dotter of Her Father's Eyes is one of the first graphic novels to be shortlisted for a Costa Book Award; Nigel Aucterlounie, local cartoonist whose work includes the Dandy and Beano; and Mel Gibson, a senior lecturer at Northumbria University and expert on comics and children's books.
Dotter of Her Father's Eyes, by husband-and-wife team Mary and Bryan Talbot, is a biography of James Joyce's daughter intertwined with a memoir, and is shortlisted for Best Biography.
"We expect to have sufficient power supplies and the reserves are covered for the day," (http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/06/20/utilities-northeast-heatwave-idUSL1E8HK2QB20120620) Ray Dotter said .
Tracing the history of interventional cardiology he mentioned the pioneers in the field like Forman, Sones, and Dotter who started selective cardio angiography.
The first detailed radiographic description of the 'scimitar sign' (the presence of a scimitar vein on a chest radiograph) was by Dotter et al.
John Dotter, who leads JFF's work in the development and application of labor market information and workforce research, said the availability of real-time labor information is one of the most significant developments he has seen in a 30-year career of analyzing labor markets.