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zoner

(ˈzəʊnə)
n
someone or something which divides things into zones
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The zoner observes the foot and interprets the "messages" it conveys through discoloration, texture, and tenderness, and these messages in turn allow the practitioner to provide dietary and herbal recommendations.
Through lessons the created aid introduces primary school pupils to work with Zoner Callisto, Gimp and Picasa.
L'eclairage va meme deraper du cote gauche de la scene, gelatine rouge, bruyante et fascinante, pour zoner une partie de la salle.
A Green Zoner's money should last forever because he won't spend more than about 4 percent of it per year.
First she said it was "like a Batmobile but heavier" and then started calling it a "zoner".
For digital photo enthusiasts, a special "EIZO Edition" of the popular digital photo editing software Zoner Photo Studio 9 is bundled.
The oldest "zoner" to date is 87-year-old Thelma Hind, from Bangor in Northern Ireland.
"We studied the problem, determined where modifications were necessary, and what systems would be affected," says Mike Zoner, managing director of Callaway Cars.
has announced that it has expanded The Ice Zoner with the introduction of several new frozen novelty items to the retail supermarket trade.
Though she maintains daytime hours each weekday, she works an average of one evening a week as a "zoner," the Wal-Mart term for evening work, just to check on the department and study the interaction between nighttime associates and customers.
Take the little zoner feature my paper carried on a family that visited Russia.