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Shaver

 

a gear-cutting tool used for gear shaving. The cutting edges are arranged along the surface of the teeth of a spur or worm generating gear or along the surface of a generating rack.

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If your parents are shaky on you doing the whole shaving thing, electric razors might make them feel more comfortable and confident (no chance of severing any arteries).
com), about the size of an electric razor, contains all the essential buttons (Alt, Control, Shift, NumLock and cursor controls) under your thumb and 12 other keys under your other fingers.
He found that 66 men who had leukemia were about twice as likely to have used an electric razor for more than 2.
But Tacumba, instead of making up for his poor service, apparently got out his electric razor and shaved his client's head.
HAIRS: Sacred College Sam is now regularly shaving any hair he has on his chin and top lip with an electric razor because he does not want to be scrutinised about it again following last Monday's incident.
A spokesman said: "We've caught women applying lipstick,make-upandchecking their hair in the mirror - and men using an electric razor on their way to work.
Later in the Philharmonic pub, Peart met someone who tried to sell him his own electric razor ``last seen in the dressing room''.
Sales were boosted by the acquisition of the Remington electric razor business and the weakness of the dollar against the euro, which raised the value of sales in other currencies.
It's hard to find a real alternative to the good old-fashioned wet shave routine but this electric razor comes pretty close to the mark.
The Hollywood resident says there are three inventions that helped him immeasurably with small motor tasks: the ball-point pen, the automatic transmission and the electric razor.
3 NORELCO 3405LC ELECTRIC RAZOR WITH DOUBLE ACTION SHAVING SYSTEM If you have a Braun electric shaver, please stomp your feet on it until it is broken into pieces.
At the base is the case itself, forming a receptacle for various things that might not fit on the bathroom shelf, especially larger items such as a hair dryer or electric razor.