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stamper

[′stam·pər]
(engineering acoustics)
A negative, generally made of metal by electroforming, used for molding phonograph records.
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Mr Stamper said: "If there are signs up saying no access, then a big percentage of people will just turn around and go away.
McGiver does not think Stamper's fall would be enough for Tom because ultimately, Stamper wasn't responsible for the death of (http://cms.
In conversation, even when talking about her toughest times, Stamper laughed loudly and often.
We have a lot of customers who are going through transitional periods in their life, whether it's divorce or they're moving," Stamper said in a statement.
Officer Stamper gave Meixueiro a ride to work that day, but could not stop thinking about him after he dropped him off at his job.
It was all change on lap five as Rouse, Stafford and Dan Stamper made it past Keenan Armstrong and then a lap later Stamper made a move and passed both Rouse and Stafford, with Rouse also getting past Stafford to hold his 11th spot.
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Investors are looking at different ways to diversify not just their investments but also their [financial service] providers and where they hold their assets," said senior analyst Roger Stamper of Boston-based Cerulli, in an interview with ThinkAdvisor on Tuesday.
The showing of a short documentary film, "We Just Come to Work Here: The Music of Harry Stamper," will open a free celebration of the acclaimed songwriter, folk singer, longshoreman and labor activist's career.
Kory Stamper, an associate editor for Merriam-Webster, said she and her fellow word spies at the Massachusetts company traced the 'F-bomb' back to 1988, in a Newsday story that had the now-dead Mets catcher Gary Carter talking about how he had given them up, along with other swear words, Suff.
MARTIN STAMPER narrowly missed out on a medal when he lost 5-3 to Afghanistan's Rohullah Nikpah in the bronze play-off.