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erector

[i′rek·tər]
(physiology)
Any muscle that produces erection of a part.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Steel erectors, riveters and crane drivers perch on the 20-ton capacity crane (Tyne and Wear Archive and Museums)
Ranch Creek Partners, LLC has partnered with Hillstar Capital, announcing they have made an equity investment in Patriot Erectors, LLC, a turnkey fabricator/erector of structural and miscellaneous steel based in Dripping Springs, Texas, the company said.
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The Erectors, bannered by former NC, UP and PBA players, brought along their throng of supporters and company executives, who were never let down by their team as ARCC took home the crown.
As all of their equipment range can be built with stainless steel, Endoline recommended the installation of their 100 series Semi Automatic case erectors. Paul Ryder,
In Empire Erectors, the Court did not discuss the facts of the case beyond to note that the two of the defendants "are being sued as guarantors of an agreement between plaintiff and defendant Unlimited Locations LLC," a business entity whose obligations they had guaranteed in some sort of contract.
DEAL: Daniel Bowes and Simon Brown discuss staff requirements at Stockton-based steel fabricators and erectors Francis Brown.
- The Steel Erectors Association of America is the largest nonprofit trade organization within the steel erectors industry.
Stainless steel Superformer case erectors and bottom tapers are compact, in-line machines with a low-level, easy-load, powered case magazine.
Police are treating the deaths of the two steel erectors on December 30 as unexplained.
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On July 14, 2005, the California Supreme Court, in MW Erectors, Inc.