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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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Stamper described the injuries they sustained as "horrific".
Mr Stamper had told him about a previous employee who had stolen from him yet he 'chose to do it again'.
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