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chucker

(ˈtʃʌkə)
n
1. a person who throws something
2. (Cricket) cricket informal a bowler whose arm action is illegal
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Q: I recall reading of an assistive device to attach to the handle of a single-stage press such as an RCBS Rock Chucker, and I think it was an electric motor or it may have even been a foot-operated device.
The Carsons chucker faced Conan 'The Barbarian'Whitehead in the opening stages of the televised competition.
Tenders are invited for Cnc Twin Spindle Chucker - 1 No.
While I still have an RCBS Rock Chucker single-stage press, about 90 percent of my reloading is accomplished with the RCBS Pro 2000 Progressive Press.
After that victory over the Machine, the Epping chucker said he enjoys the underdog role and mentally he should be in the same position against Suljovic.
The last item is a 3-D printed primer catcher made specifically for the RCBS Rock Chucker Supreme (a.
The Pro Chucker 7 is a seven-station press while the Pro Chucker 5 is a five-station that can be converted to seven-station operation.
A muddy boot torpedoed across the room and bounced off Alan's bonce and as he flew for its chucker I intervened.
The MW 120GTEX is an update of the MW120GT twin-spindle CNC chucker.
It was replaced in 2002 by an improved version called the Rock Chucker Supreme.
From Sri Lanka's star bowler Muttiah Muralitharan being accused of being a chucker and humiliated in Australia, there have been many instances where players from the teams have clashed.
Rachel Knight, prosecuting at Merthyr Tydfil Crown Court, said when he went out to investigate he looked over the wall to see Llewellyn, known as Chucker and who works in the garage, in the car some feet below.