burrer

burrer

(ˈbɜːrə)
n
a person who removes burrs
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Rha B, Burrer S, Park S, Trivedi T, Parashar U, Lopman B (2013) Emergency Department Visit Data for Rapid Detection and Monitoring of Norovirus Activity, United States.
Burrer Sherry, DVM, Melissa Halliday, DO, Bridget Spelke, CDC Experience Fellow, Tesfaye Bayleyegn, MD, Amy Wolkin, MSPH, Lauren S.
They included 'The Mad Hatter's Tea Party', made by Country Flowers florists, 'Peter Andre' by Barbara Smith and 'Alien' by Oscar Burrer in the children's category.
In "Technique My Way," the ultra-fluid Doug Varone dancer Julia Burrer talks about extending her movement practice outside the studio.
Comparative study of the distribution of Astrocaryum macrocalyx Burret and Astrocaryum urostachys Burrer in function of the topography, drainage and architecture of the forest in western Amazonia (Ecuador and Peru).
8220;User Friendly Media is excited and proud to be recognized as a Google AdWords Certified Partner,” said User Friendly Media Vice President Heather Burrer.
and samples were run on the capillary electrophoresis in a tris hydrochloride burrer (pH 8).
He dips his hand into the cocoa burrer and rubs it over my belly in large strokes.
Ingenieurgemeinschaft IGH/Ove Arup & Partners, Schmidt Reuter Partner; Ingenieurgemeinschaft Boll & Partners, Ingenieurgemeinschaft IBF (Dr Falkner), Weiske & Partner (statics); Muller BBM (physics); Hundt & Partner (extraction); IBB Burrer, Ove Arup & Partners (electrical engineering); Mohrle & Kruger (landscaping)
Automotive: Wayne Burrer, Regional Manager of Design & Construction, Dana Corporation, and K12 Education: Scot Norris, Deputy Director of Implementation for Detroit Public Schools Program Management Team.
When Burrer first felt the signs of her injury, she thought she had simply pulled a muscle.