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the first of two or the first mentioned of two

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referring to the first of two things or persons mentioned (or the earlier one or ones of several)

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belonging to some prior time

(used especially of persons) of the immediate past

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belonging to the distant past

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Demonstrating a new shuttle-style, sheet-fed pressure former capable of running single or twin-sheet tools.
Demonstrating new single-station Titan former for entry-level markets, and a version of the LRT2000 lip roller dedicated to PP containers.
German-based supplier, new to North America, will emphasize new TT-In-One single-station vacuum former with in-line CNC trimming station.
of Monza, Italy, will show off its new Intec 1050/3 in-line cup former with 1010 x 800 mm forming area and inline sheet coextrusion using three extruders.
The new SF series servo-driven pressure former, designed primarily for forming blister packs or trays, will be exhibited by Zed Industries Inc.
Among cut-in-place machines at the show will be the redesigned KMD75 BFSS pressure former from Kiefel Technologies Inc.
A variety of new control features will be highlights of the HD-333 large single-station vacuum former shown by Z.
also shown at Interplas '93) include the BFI-622 continuous roll-fed vacuum former (24 x 24 in.
will bring its electric servo-driven C-3015 continuous, cut-in-place former (also shown at NPE '91).
Heartland also introduced what it says is the first and only automatic traveling knife for web-fed formers.
PHOTO : John Brown's small, flexible electric M1300EP formers for laboratory or small production use have no chains, but move platens directly from gear boxes and timing belts controlled by two-speed motors.
The outsiders include a former Secretary of the Treasury, a former Assistant to the President of the U.
Three are insiders: the CEO, the current CFO, and a former chairman who is also the sole stockholder of an investment firm that received $500,000 in fees from Warnaco in 1995.
The directors are all well-known: Henry Kissinger; Ellen Futter of the Natural History Museum; investment banker James Wolfensohn, now head of the World Bank; Harold Brown, former Secretary of Defense; Franklin Thomas of the Ford Foundation; and former CEOs Michel Bergerac of Revlon, Henry Schacht of Cummins Engine, and Edson Spencer of Honeywell.
It also boasts an experienced female director and a minority member, several CEOs, a former Secretary of Agriculture, an academic, and a banker.