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a machine that smooths or glazes paper or cloth by pressing it between plates or passing it through rollers

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press between rollers or plates so as to smooth, glaze, or thin into sheets

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Incase you hadn't noticed, beauty advent calanders are BIG news.
The second dispersion technique applied was based on the use of a three roll calander machine (Exakt 120S).
Roache last year (http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/articles/380885/20120905/coronation-street-actor-bill-roache-world-won.htm) predicted huge changes on earth when the Mayan calander expired in December.
Missing out on the most popular TV season in the Arab calander seems to have driven Dina to a temporary career change - presenting!
The tile-style icons enable users to swap between mail, contacts, calander and SkyDrive for cloud storage.
"Any change that was made in the Nanakshahi Calander, which was adopted in 2003, could not be accepted by the community till the due processor would taken," said American Gurdwara Parbhandhak Committee (AGPC) Convenor Dr.
Vallay was bought in 1901 by linen manufacturer George Beveridge, who built the grand Calander House here.
Why: The senior partner at KPMG in Birmingham has decided not to hold its annual client cocktail party this Christmas - one of the highlights of the city's social calander - in response to the challenging economic times.
The three layers pass between the embossing anvil drum and the sonotrodes in the calander, being laminated in precisely scattered bonding points over their entire width without heat or glue.
It was the village of Calander, north of Stirling and Dunblane, and just before the rise of the first hill of the Scottish Highlands, Ben Ledi (2883ft).
KRISHNA Janmasthmi is observed on the eight day of the month of Shravan in the Hindu calander, which will fall on August 24, 2008.