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Synonyms for sampler

an observation station that is set up to make sample observations of something

someone who samples food or drink for its quality

a piece of embroidery demonstrating skill with various stitches

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The soot sampling from a single-shot diesel spray flames was conducted in an optically-accessible constant-volume combustion vessel using two different types of soot samplers as shown in Figure 1.
For example, KidSport Alberta officials are now hoping to expand upon their sport sampler events.
Within a few weeks, two Seewald samplers were on their way to the Gulf, along with Reddy, fellow WHOI scientist Rich Camilli, and research associate Sean Sylva.
The aim of this study was to analyze the results of air pollution in different rooms' fungi using different the air samplers.
Samplers first came to light in the sixteenth century and were usually in a 'ribbon' format depicting the various stitches used in embroidery.
I'm clearly not alone in this appreciation, as collecting antique samplers, with their variety of stitches and motifs, is an extremely popular field.
Like the M256A1, the kit will contain chemical agent detector samplers (six instead of 12), instruction cards and M8 paper.
Passive samplers allow the quantification of cumulative exposures, as total or average pollutant concentrations over the sampling time.
An average concentration for a certain sampling period can be obtained with the passive samplers since it collects air pollutant of interest in its collection medium, but is not equipped with a detector.
Borders will reportedly offer 30 free samplers each month.
Mosquito samplers are available needleless for in-line applications or with smaller 23 or 25 gauge needles that enhance patient comfort by reducing the potential for trauma to the artery.
With settle plates clearly on their way out, there has been a steady trend in the industry towards the use of a variety of active sampling technologies, such as centrifugal, filtration and impaction samplers.
The first chapter covers basics of musical building blocks and how samplers work.
With additional clarifying information, the reader might be able to understand how the new sampler might be superior to existing samplers like the Coshocton wheel (Bonta, 2002), the drop-box weir with diverter sampler for large rock particles (Bonta, 1999), the multi-slot divisor (Barnes and Frevert, 1954; 1956; Replogle and El-Swaify, 1985), or the traversing slot flume/sampler (Dendy, 1973; Smith et al.
All samplers permitted the introduction of the steel cylinders in their inner space and soil samples were collected in these cylinders by a procedure that started with a rubber mass falling from different heights to introduce the sampler containing the steel cylinder into the soil, down to the desired depth.