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n.1.One who cements with glue.
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Inline options include a folder/ gluer and waste-stripping unit for a complete production line.
Customers rely on Skybox to design and engineer packaging for their unique applications which is then produced on the Company's suite of flexographic printing, die cut and specialty folder gluer equipment.
The subject of the contract - twin-cylinder automatic gluer,
The order from RockTenn is for 20 units of the EVOL 4FGR-100 Flexo Folder Gluer.
A I laugh at the futile slapstick of the gluer in the poem.
WAYNE GRADY'S novel Emancipation Day was long-listed for the 2013 Scotiabank GlUer Prize.
Other machinery used at the 60,000-square-foot facility includes: Weinig moulders, gluers including an RF gluer, Timesavers planer/sanders, Extrema sanders and Friulmac machines.
Gluer goes on to discuss John McDowell's objection that experience is a kind of propositional attitude.
Jaymar to install Ambition 76 In other Bobst developments of recent months, Crewe-based carton manufacturer Jaymar Packaging Limited announced it is expanding the capacity and capabilities of its finishing department with the purchase of a Bobst Ambition 76 folder gluer.
Gluer, professor of medical physics in the department of diagnostic radiology, University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein in Kiel, Germany.
1) See Kathrin Gluer and Asa Wikforss, "The Normativity of Meaning and Content," Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, accessed online at: http://plato.