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framer

[′frām·ər]
(electronics)
Device for adjusting facsimile equipment so the start and end of a recorded line are the same as on the corresponding line of the subject copy.
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Richard's Livingston-based Atkin Framers is the first Fine Art Trade Guild-accredited training centre in Scotland.
You can achieve their Guild Commended Framer award by taking tests which are offered at centres throughout the UK.
The owner of the company refused to listen to me and didn't understand the problem or didn't care, and there were other framers lined up to take my job.
Framers like Claudia put baby slippers, sports jerseys, antiques, and other personal keepsakes on display.
He quotes James Wilson, as a spokesman for the founders and framers, that "for a people wanting to themselves, there is no remedy." Yet the debate over whether the Constitution is to be interpreted in the light of an evolving and ever-changing morality, or in the light of the eternal truths of a Creator, who endowed us with unalienable rights, is a struggle for the soul of the American people.
"The POSIC2G device offers a flexible platform solution for our framer requirements," said Philip Kruzinski, director of hardware engineering at Luminous Networks.
Norbord cares about framers because they install our products and build the communities around us.
This Comment focuses on a heretofore underexplored factor driving the Framers' formulation of the treaty power: the threat of war inherent in all treaty violations at the time of the Founding.
This concern over the potential for excessive theorizing arises because the public holds the Framers and their intentions in considerably higher esteem than do the New Originalists.
Users of Boise's BC Framer take a set of building plans and electronically draw in the walls and floor system.
If we reject Grice's focus on intention in conversational norms, the argument cannot even hit the ground with its first premise, because Dworkin assumes that the Constitution's meaning is a function of its framers' intentions.
This past summer, architectural preservationists, master timber framers, art students, and other volunteers gathered in Sanok, Poland, to help recreate the roof and inner cupola of the Gwozdziec Synagogue.