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fold, spindle, or mutilate

to harm or disfigure. Referring to a once-standard line printed on machine-readable documents, such as computer punch cards. (Such a document, if folded, placed on a bill spike, or otherwise punctured, would no longer be machine-readable.) At the bottom of the bill, it said "do not fold, spindle, or mutilate," and Jane, in her anger, did all three. Look here, chum, if you don't want to get folded, spindled, or mutilated, you had better do what you are told!
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An extensive and detailed verification test can help verify a dual spindle machine as a real and beneficial alternative.
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According to GTI Spindle president Thomas Hoenig, GTI's new Taylor facility now employs several of the workers who had been at the plant when it was operated under Pope, then a unit of FAG Bearings.
The spindle is of copper or bronze and measures 29 cm in length (FIGURE 1).
Fine-needle aspiration revealed the presence of fragments of adipose tissue and mucinous material with spindle cells.
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The SPINJET high-speed spindle for substantially improved cutting tool performance will be presented in action simultaneously by Tungaloy, DMG Mori, Fanuc and Nakamura Tome at JIMTOF in Tokyo
It is offered with four integral motor spindles--standard, high torque, semi-high speed, and high speed--to machining requirements that can be readily matched with spindle performance.