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emery wheel[′em·ə·rē ‚wēl]
A grinding wheel made of or having a surface of emery powder; used for grinding and polishing.
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Norton Emery Wheel
Company expanded, based on an intelligent and diligent owner-manager team, ready to experiment and to innovate in both product and production process.
WORCESTER - It was 125 years ago when John Jeppson and six other entrepreneurs bought a Water Street pottery business and moved it to the Greendale section, forming the Norton Emery Wheel
Both men were also among the founding officers of the Norton Emery Wheel