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e·rec·tor

 (ĭ-rĕk′tər)
n.
1. One that erects: an erector of skyscrapers.
2. A muscle that makes a body part erect.

erector

(ɪˈrɛktə) or

erecter

n
1. (Physiology) anatomy any muscle that raises a part or makes it erect
2. a person or thing that erects

e•rec•tor

(ɪˈrɛk tər)

n.
1. Also, e•rect′er. a person or thing that erects.
2. a muscle that erects a part of the body.
[1530–40]
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erector

noun
A person or business that makes or builds something:
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e·rec·tor

n. erector, capaz de erección o de dilatarse;
___ musclemúsculo ___.
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This semi-automatic system, which features the BEL 505 case former/case erector, the companys case hold down conveyor/expandable packing station, and the BEL 150 pressure sensitive case taper, helps businesses cost effectively increase output.
The vast majority of problems, however, involve several aspects of the erector tube, the secondary tube holding the erector lenses that turn the image right-side up, and is also pushed back and forth by the adjustment turrets to change point of impact.
The exceptionally small footprint of the Linkx A3 tray erector made it a very attractive proposition for Muller Dairy when the company recently decided to increase the level of automation in its repack area.
The case erector constructs 12 slotted and half-slotted boxes per minute.
The Model 340 case erector for large and over-sized corrugated cases erects and bottom seals blanks up to 45 x 42 inches at speeds to 30 cases per minute.
The Model 340 case erector is a workhorse machine built to manage the special requirements of oversized corrugated cases.
A former steel erector died as a result of being exposed to asbestos in his early working life, an inquest at Teesside Coroner's Court has heard.
Harry, 59, a steel erector also known as "H", was working at Wembley Stadium shortly before he went missing.
FOLLOWING the death of a steel erector at Liverpool Airport two companies were yesterday ordered to pay fines tot alling almost pounds 55, 000 at Liverpool Crown Court.
Another gallery housed pieces designed by Rauschenberg for Astral Convertible, 1989--tall, erector set-like aluminum scaffolds affixed with naked bulbs that scatter intense white light across the room.
a leading manufacturer of moderate-speed cartoning, tray forming and case packing systems unveils a Dual Head Rotary Carton Erector for its ECM series, variable-speed, continuous-motion cartoner.
One popular Erector Set kit featured a picture of a 2-foot high Ferris wheel on the box cover.