riffler


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riffler

(ˈrɪflə)
n
(Tools) a file with a curved face for filing concave surfaces
[C18: from French rifloir, from rifler to scratch]
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Riffler, Michael, GeoVille Information Systems, Innsbruck, Austria, and Institute of Geography, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland
Here is a riffler and slightly more technical explanation of my methodological choice.
For highly polydisperse materials, the use of a Burt sampler (the slurry equivalent of a spinning riffler for powders) may be required, but sedimentation-induced bias could complicate analysis.
I realized I had experienced real tugs between my love of the craft and what it stood for and my yearning for riffler recognition of human rights, women's rights in particular.
In Austria, a German back-country skier was burried by an avalanche after he tried to cut short his trek near the Hoher Riffler peak in Tyrol because of bad weather.
To counter this lack of detail, the publisher listed a Reitsch biography readers can consult to gain a riffler understand of this fascinating woman.
How to "clean out" checkering with a single-line checkering tool, a riffler and a veiner are some good techniques that may be included in this process.
Using a riffler, small samples from the bags representing each batch were conditioned, and two subsamples were fired in a Parr 6100 calorimeter to determine the energy values at each MC.
rain legislation itself because regulators had a riffler understanding
As Suzan Harrison argues, through this memory revaluation Laurel travels from "isolation to a riffler understanding and acceptance of human connections" (122).
In keeping with the novel, with its free-flowing compassion for all creatures great and small, the characters here are riffler and more complicated than one would expect.