Ratchel

Related to Ratchel: ratchet, Rachel, corbel

Ratch´el

    (~ĕl)
n.1.Gravelly stone.
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Electromagnetic hammers and pile driving devices are used in the construction industry, ratchel beaters and vibrators in the mining industry, vibration seismic sources in geological exploration, presses and hammers with a large range of impact energy in the engineering industry, vibration mixers and dispensers in the chemical and medical-biological industry.
Pictured, from left, above, are Janet Richardson, Tracy Watson, Ratchel Wills and Penny Pennock in October 1999.
Teacher Ratchel Wills said: "Our children are really interested in world affairs, so they went away, did some research at home and came up with lots of questions for Mr Blenkinsop.
Notes: All questions regarding this RFP must be submitted in writing to Ratchel Brown, Senior Buyer at ratchel.