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slusher

[′sləsh·ər]
(engineering)
A method for the application of vitreous enamel slip to ware by dashing it on the ware to cover all its parts, excess then being removed by shaking the ware.
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Jim Slusher, jslusher@dailyherald.com, is deputy managing editor for opinion at the Daily Herald.
1212 Samish Way, $357,109.36 for new 2712 sf SFR w/attached 400 sf garage - Slusher. Historical owner: Toshihiko Yamada.
Other committee members include Donna Solomon, Sheila Biehl, Andrew Lannon, Joanne O'Connor, Jeremy Slusher, Judge Kimberly Sharpe-Byrd, and Judge Janet Carney-Croom.
"We have 1,200 to 1,400 email addresses we need to protect, as well as our 8,000 students' medical, legal, parental and/or court system information," says Mark Slusher, director of instructional technology.
Tenders are invited for criteria consultant for slusher hall replacement.
He credits financial planner and SCORE volunteer Joel Frank, his wife Katie and his father-in-law Jess Slusher. Ever magnanimous, Kaylor also credits Jordan Lindstrom's marketing skills stating, "Without him we wouldn't be where we are today."
Cole JB, Dunbar JF, McIntire SA, Regelmann WE, Slusher TM.
The compounds were reportedly the outcome of research carried out in the laboratory of Professor Barbara Slusher PhD, MAS, Professor of Neurology, Neuroscience, Psychiatry, Medicine and Oncology at Johns Hopkins and the director of JHDD and is part of a broader ongoing collaborative research arrangement between Eisai and Johns Hopkins that is designed to translate new target discoveries into novel small molecule therapeutics for the development of medicines for neurology and oncology.
Dawn Slusher did a wonderful job in talking about the May 7 episode, "The Seventh Floor." I would like to revisit the actual scene from Madam Secretary and discuss briefly why it is very, very powerful and what it tells us about helping women find a life-affirming response to a crisis pregnancy.
SLUSHER: For professional services, entrepreneurial and small businesses, it's nowhere near what it was pre-recession.
In zones where the horizontal width is less than 8 ft, slusher mining and jacklegs will be used to mine to a minimum width of 6 ft.
(AP) -- When it came time to pick a college, Abby Slusher leaned toward a private school near her southeastern Michigan home for the small campus and class sizes.