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rotary

1. a part of a machine that rotates about an axis
2. US and Canadian another term for roundabout (for traffic)

rotary

[′rōd·ə·rē]
(mechanical engineering)
A rotary machine, such as a rotary printing press or a rotary well-drilling machine.
The turntable and its supporting and rotating assembly in a well-drilling machine.
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Governor Gatabazi thanked the Rotary Club contribution to national development and improved citizens' welfare.
" This is why as a Rotarian, I have to honor the centenary cclebrations of the Manila Rotary Club by my presence and I understand that so many Governors from different Rotary Districts would be joining this momentous celebration of the Rotary Club of Manila.
Not the leadership only, Rotary is also a networking hub which helps you communicate and strengthen your personal relations being solely based on professionals be they lawyers, doctors, engineers, social scientists or business personnel.
The meeting also included a very interesting talk from President of the Rotary Club of Rugeley John Wilson on the 'Buddy Bag Foundation' The club has a number of events planned for the remainder of the Rotary year which ends in June; these include a Charity Clay Pigeon shoot and their annual Ladies Night which this year is being held at Brocton Hall Golf Club.
We provide our customers with the highest quality rotary technology through innovation, dedication, and our strong commitment to continuous improvement.
Recent advances in the field of endodontics have led to the use of rotary instruments in dental practice.
From its beginnings in the early 20th century, Rotary had grown into a worldwide membership of some 11 million people.
An HMB is a service facility that collects, screens, process, stores, and distributes donated human milk to meet the specific needs of individuals for whom human milk is prescribed, the rotary said.
The drive is part of Rotary's End Polio Now campaign.
It honoured a number of women leaders in the Ministry of Environment, in addition to women leaders in the NCW's Giza branch as well as women leaders in some non-governmental organisations (NGOs), current presidents of Rotary club branches, women leaders in different fields, whether Rotarians or not.
Over 50 arm-wrestlers participated in the event and won prizes including Rotary shirts, certificates, etc., says a release issued here Friday.
Rotary continues to work towards the eradication of polio across the world and the club continued to support this during the year.