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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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The porter, although half asleep from the wine he had drunk, heard the words, and without moving cried angrily to the Calender, "Sit down and mind your own business.
"Do not be so angry, my good man," replied the Calender; "we should be very sorry to displease you;" so the quarrel was smoothed over, and supper began in good earnest.
"We know no more than you," said the Calender to whom he had spoken.
Rosie has been involved in all three calenders and says everyone feels more confident minutes into the shoot.
ANDRITZ Kusters and Rolf Ramisch are pooling their vast experience and expertise from more than 9,000 textile calenders installed worldwide either under the brands of ramisch, ramisch-Kleinewefers, Kusters, or ANDRITZ Kusters.
Production equipment includes extruders, strainers, two-roll mills, presses, calenders, mixers and bale cutters.
Similar to roofing sheets, the three-layer floor covering core is produced on two twin-screw extruders and two smoothing calenders. The first extruder is used for plasticating and homogenizing the PVC compound.
Calenders consist of large rolls for forming and conditioning paper, rubber, or plastic sheet.
The club borrowed the tradition's basic idea and wants to use it to sale calenders to raise money for the School of Hearing Impaired in Khomasdal.
The European Commission has cleared the proposed acquisition of Eduard Kusters Maschinenfabrik GmbH & Co KG, a German manufacturer of calenders (used in paper and textiles manufacturing), by the Austrian producer of paper-manufacturing machinery Andritz GmbH.
piles on the architectural analogies, making his polemic metaphorically plain to see: unlike authors who in "theyr remembrance" produced only crumbling hovels, Spenser recollected the ruins of the past as the Calenders lasting monument (17).
Now he appears bare-chested again in the calenders now on sale in the Old Trafford club shop.
This feature has made the calenders prominent in Eastern romance.