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slotter

[′släd·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A machine tool used for making a mortise or shaping the sides of an aperture.
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1996; DeCremer & Sedikides, 2005; Lavallee & Campbell, 1995; Slotter et al.
Across the studies, Slotter and colleagues tested what happens to people when in a jealous state.
Now," Slotter added, "just because a restatement was made doesn't mean a fraud was committed.
Because the pattern cutter, the slotter of speakers, the arranger of conflict, the sound mixer and scene-setter at the spectacle, do not see themselves as making politics when they make news in the "natural" way.
Special Agent Slotter works in the Financial Institution Fraud Unit at FBI Headquarters in Washington, DC.
This has been designed into the machine to give it the advantage of being able to run poor quality printer slotter cases, therefore reducing the cost of packaging consumables and improving manufacturing output through lower board cost, less waste and improved efficiency.
Keith Slotter, has been named Vice President of the firm's Business Intelligence and Investigations practice.
Tenders are invited for M 5X15 Mm Galvanized Slotter Round Head Screw Full Thread Material Should Be Supplied In 01 Kg Packs Each .
The stitcher/gluer and printer/ slotter machine replaces existing kit, running at 20 times the speed of the previous machine and cutting down on repair bills.
He, during his peak period, had upwards of 60 email accounts that he was using at any given time," retired FBI agent Keith Slotter told Fox Files: The Enemy Within," which will debut on Fox News Channel.
Also new to the V-MAX line are the Series VHU plunging cutter with 90-deg lead in 2" to 6" diameters and the Series 36L5V medium-density face mount slotter in 4" to 8" diameters.
Whilst the trays have to be die cut, the case erectors normally run on the cheaper printer slotter cases and run to very high levels of efficiency.