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apple polisher

A flatterer. (Apples are a typical gift for teachers.) That kid is always quick to help the teacher with any little thing—what an apple polisher!
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Almost all the refiners and polishers are facing health problems, but they are compelled to continue practice for economic gains, he repents.
Use it with your DA polisher to remove light scratches and swirls and to bring the finish to a uniform gloss.
For these very sensitive LC-MS applications, LC-adapted polishers produce high quality water that perform as well as, or better than, LC-MS grade bottled water.
French polishers can earn from pounds 13,000 to around pounds 17,000 a year.
Manufactured in stainless steel and with a water tank with recirculation pump available the economy brush polisher sells from 23,500 [pounds sterling].
The polisher then pains- takingly removes every scratch and imperfection.
Diamond polishers are one such group, and they develop asthma as a result of exposure to cobalt dust.
1] Use of air polishers decreased as the clinician's age and experience increased.
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Government through the Spices Board provides assistance to the turmeric growers for installing turmeric polishers under the Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture MIDH .
Professional Equipment list available with one van fully equipped, professional carpet cleaning equipment mounted in van, portable professional carpet cleaning equipment for high rises, professional polishers for hard floors and linoleum and other assets included in this asset sale.
Furniture polishers prepare and treat wood aiming to give it a smooth finish and bring out the beauty of the natural wood.
The pretreatment RO-water system is also available to protect and extend the life of the polishers, which is important in cases of poor feedwater quality.
Diamonds, once the rocks of queens and kings, have fueled a discount boom recently made possible by new deposits and overseas polishers.
Among the working stiffs whose efforts are respectfully noted are window washers, furniture polishers, chandelier dusters and the man who sets the clocks; military musicians, Secret Service types (the fellows behind the dark glasses) and aides of all sorts (some have clipboards growing out of their chests); the grand usher, who presides over the premises (no, he doesn't lead people to their seats with a flashlight), and of course the cooks and waiters preparing for the climactic state dinner, described here as ``the ultimate expression of American power.