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finisher

[′fin·ish·ər]
(civil engineering)
A construction machine used to smooth the freshly placed surface of a roadway, or to prepare the foundation for a pavement.
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Runner-up Summit has sixth-place finisher Jett Ballantyne back, and third-place winner Ashland returns fifth-place finisher EJ Holland.
"Becoming the millionth finisher was the last thing I ever thought I would be but I view it as an accolade for all those people who have gone before me."
Coral Springs, FL, October 07, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Math Concentration, an online math community provider of education products and services, announced the debut of their new fun, curriculum related activities board for early finishers. A do-it yourself board with 5 sections: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
The Great North Run this year takes place on Sunday, September 7, when it will become the first mass-participation race to achieve the millionth finisher milestone - and organisers, together with athletics' world governing body the IAAF, intend to make a fuss of whoever is the landmark finisher.
the finisher can be used to de-lump products in the range of 500 to 200012m at capacities of up to 40m3/hr.
MATT PRIOR'S first reaction is panic when he hears he is England's World Cup "finisher" - but he will do nothing of the sort when the job needs to be done.
MATT PRIOR'S first reaction is panic when he hears he is England's World Cup 'finisher' - but he will do nothing of the sort when the job needs to be done.
With their fourth finisher in 26th, that gave Southam 38 points and a 26-point advantage over second positioned Milverton, who provided the race winner on the day in Dan Wilkinson, who battled tenaciously to get the better of St Nicholas' Archie Weetman with Virr third.
The third New Marske runner, Mark Shaw, was third finisher in 15.44 and the second under-20 runner home.
Molclear Cathodic electrocoat offers the finisher some eco-efficient alternatives to traditional finishes for such items as zinc diecastings, aluminum, brass components etc.
AMAA's fabled marathoner and leading finisher Mark Courtney who has run Boston every year since 1980 gave evidence to the ideal racing conditions.