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trimmers

Tabs used to trim any out-of-balance aerodynamic forces. The trimmers are mounted on primary controls and can be operated from the cockpit either by hand wheels or electrically. Also called trim tabs. The electrical or mechanical devices in the cockpit for operation of trim tabs are also called trimmers. See trim tabs.
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Until now, women have needed a repertoire of razors, creams, trimmers and scissors to complete the hair removal process," said product manager Ruth Benz.