Machiner


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Ma`chin´er

    (må`shēn´ẽr)
n.1.One who or operates a machine; a machinist{2}.
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An LG959 wheel loader from Shandong Lingong Construction Machiner (SDLG) has demonstrated that it is more than capable of withstanding the toughest ambient temperature conditions working on a ranch in the Australian state of Queensland.
The machine used in the study was purchased from a machine making factory (Dahua Machiner, Shandong, China).
Five floors of the building have been damaged and machiner y worth billion of r upees bur nt.
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The unit at Queen's Mill was let to Karmelle, which has expanded its operations manufacturing high quality, liquid-filling and capping machiner y.
Dans la comedie, la demultiplication va preter a rire ; dans le drame ou le thriller, elle va machiner un engrenage et des malentendus aux consequences angoissantes.
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