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Synonyms for instrument

Synonyms for instrument

that by which something is accomplished or some end achieved

a person used or controlled by others

a device used to do work or perform a task

Synonyms for instrument

the means whereby some act is accomplished


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a person used by another to gain an end

(law) a document that states some contractual relationship or grants some right

the semantic role of the entity (usually inanimate) that the agent uses to perform an action or start a process

equip with instruments for measuring, recording, or controlling

write an instrumental score for

address a legal document to

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Generally, cavity preparation using Er:YAG laser takes more time compared to rotary cutting instruments. Its advantages include low noise and vibration eliminating, in most cases, the need for local analgesia.
Firearms were used in 21.8 percent of aggravated assaults, and knives or cutting instruments were used in 18.8 percent.
The Bond knife will find its greatest use as an everyday cutting instrument due to its compact dimensions.
Company marketing manager Alison Roberts said the new blades, designed as a general purpose cutting instrument for use on construction sites, had provided a "real sales booster".
Metal cutting instrument: The cutting inserts: SNGN 120708 -120712-120720 from mixed ceramic ( Al [sub.2][O.sub.3] + TiC) of
Fletcher breached the standard of care by "cutting the popliteal blood vessels, which were outside the surgical filed, when he could not see the tip of his cutting instrument, when he could not see the tissue he was cutting (the vessels), and by not properly identifying the correct tissue before he cut it," Dr.
In each of the three cases above, the journalist means "home," not "hone." One hones a cutting instrument such as a knife, scissor or razor, and we also, metaphorically, can hone a skill.
The surgeon passes a viewing and cutting instrument through the penis and into the prostate gland.
Finally, pack a cutting instrument -- a small hatchet, collapsible saw, or heavyweight knife.
During ALK, the surgeon employs a cutting instrument to reshape the cornea.
Bone cutting is the most crucial step in surgical extraction of the impacted third molars and different bone cutting instruments are used like conventional slow speed hand-piece21, physiodispenser and piezoelectric (ultrasonic bone cutting instrument) method.9
Seven momarsa for the supply of (a) spare parts for medical instruments, (b) an ultrasonic waves backed dissection, ironing and cutting instrument, (c) a dental medicine unit complete and a mobile x - ray instrument for dental medicine work, (d) an imaging instrument for throat, (e) an endoscope for throat, (f) a panorama instrument for dental medicine and (g) an instrument to test urine dynamics.
Plan of experimental research-Based on the scaled number of rotations done by the machine, the literature taken in use, professional experience, dimensions, chemical content and mechanical properties of the piece being processed and metal- cutting instrument, we have been decided on cutting regimes:
If a cutting instrument is used for wire sizes beyond its recommendation or used in another application, it can result in: tip scoring, dulling sooner than recommended usage provides, or even chipping of the cutting surfaces.