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Synonyms for peeler

Synonyms for peeler

a performer who provides erotic entertainment by undressing to music

a worker who peels the skins from fruits and vegetables

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a device for peeling vegetables or fruits

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Staffordshire Fire Tweeted at the time: "Crews from Tamworth, Polesworth and Chase Terrace are currently in attendance at a serious road traffic collision on Peelers Way.
Parklife organisers say they have been inundated with fans asking if they can bring potato peelers into the Heaton Park festival since they revealed this year's huge line up of bands.
In this and nearly all succeeding peelers, an apple was placed on a cast iron fork.
Two examples of such products are the Rapid Skillet and the Rapid Peeler.
When they failed to find the peeler, production staff on the new show were asked to double-check their records only to discover they had miscounted their equipment and hadn't actually lost anything.
The Creston, Iowa, USA-based company, which developed the first commercial potato peeler in 1954, is a leader in the manufacture of industrial food processing solutions for a large number of produce items.
Brisbane, Australia, July 21, 2011 - (ABN Newswire) - Texon Petroleum Limited (ASX:TXN) advises that Peeler #3 ("P#3") has reached its total vertical depth of 2,774 metres (9,100 feet).
David Marguleas, vice president of Sun World, says there has been a shift towards easy peelers such as clementines, satsumas, seedless tangerines and mandarins.
Potato processors using tandem Heat and Control Batch Peelers in a two-stage process achieve greater peeling control and cleaner fryer operation.
OK, kitchen peelers are hardly high tech, but the Kyocera Advanced Ceramics Perfect Peeler--which rotates to vertical, horizontal and 45-degree positions, and has an ergonomic nonslip handle that lessens hand fatigue--certainly seems as modern as it gets.
Formerly, the peeler was a kitchen tool--today, it's a category.
In this celebratory tome, he turns away from the monumental projects of skyscrapers and bridges and goes for the commonplace: chairs, lightbulbs, cup holders, toothbrushes, potato peelers, and the ubiquitous duct tape, to name a few.
It's the peelers and their behaviour who are to blame," said a Loyalist at Drumcree, furious at being denied his God-given right to intimidate the Catholic residents of the Garvaghy Road.
a vendor of vacuum steam peelers in the domestic market and also a manufacturer of lye systems that are sold primarily in foreign markets.
I dug through a stack of pots under the oven and found two very dusty, but still sharp potato peelers and one manual grater.