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Meanings and phrases
- machines or machine systems collectively
- a system of means and activities whereby a social institution functions
Central Intelligence Machinery
- the United Kingdom's central unit for the tasking and coordination and funding of intelligence and security agencies; CIM
- machinery that processes materials by grinding or crushing; mill; grinder
- Rousse serves as the main centre for agricultural machinery.
- Foundry to manufacture main casting parts of agricultural machinery and automobiles.
- The tractor can handle most agricultural machinery, tractors designed for 1, 2 and 3 classes.
- There were 14 heavy machinery present on the day to do the work.
- Cyprus must import fuels, most raw materials, heavy machinery, and transportation equipment.
- Hungarian government enlisted a large number of workers and engaged a numerous and heavy machinery.
- A farm machinery dealership lies opposite the town across Highway 2.
- In about 1910 he began selling tractors and farm machinery; and in 1912 repairing them.
- Indirect consumption includes the manufacture of fertilizers, pesticides, and farm machinery.
- Roy Buckley purchased the manufacturing machinery and equipment.
- The physics laboratory is equipped with machinery and equipment suitable for graduate students.
- The most important export commodities were clothing, footwear, iron and steel, machinery and equipment, and fuels.
- Two plates of Ducol steel, each thick, protected the sides of the ship's machinery spaces.
- Below, thermo overload switches went dead in the machinery spaces, and the oiler began to lose way.
- Her machinery spaces were further subdivided by transverse and longitudinal bulkheads to limit any flooding.
- It also manufactured pipes, industrial machinery, and tractors.
- A wide variety of equipment is used for processing concrete, from hand tools to heavy industrial machinery.
- In the early 1970s, Astarsa produced industrial machinery under licence from the American company Caterpillar.