Jetter


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Jet´ter

    (jĕt´tẽr)
n.1.One who struts; one who bears himself jauntily; a fop.
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He told that Sucker machines, Jetter machines, Dumpers, Excavators, Tractors, Loaders, Containers, Arm Roles and Savor Safety instruments would be purchased with such funds.
Jetter explains that with linear technology there is the need for lightweight cab design, instead of the heavy steel that is traditionally used.
25) per share for German sector company Jetter AG (FRA:JTT), in which it already holds almost 30%.
One truck fully equipped with large inventory, excavator on heavy duty trailer, jetter, underground camera, threaders, benders and cutters, sub pumps, heavy duty jack hammers and much more.
Koederitz will replace current CEO Martin Jetter who will become the new strategy chief at IBM headquarters in the US state of New York.
10 -- The RIDGID has launched the KJ-3100 water jetter that offers professional power and performance to clear blockages in 2- to 10-inch diameter drains with a full 3,000-psi working pressure, and a 5 1/2 gallons-per-minute flow.
Witel's global mobile phone service and its Jetter Wi-Fi phone allows free mobile phone calls without the need for a computer or a dedicated Internet connection.
PALMDALE -- A man found dead in a house in a gated community in west Palmdale was identified as Robert Jetter, 45, sheriff's investigators said Tuesday.
To get the complete word on this exchange or other survival radio issues, call the AN/PRC-112D item manager, Bruce Jetter, DSN 992-1191 or (732) 532-1191.
HIGH pressure water jetter Keith Beale, 54, of Passfield Crescent, South Bank, died after being admitted to the University Hospital of North Tees in Stockton on Monday .
Jetter were also elected shareholders in the West Palm Beach office.