- n. Plural form of conveyer.
“All you old lags, all you wannabe Motsons, all you catcalling conveyers of cowardly consensus - show some respect for the game and shut your stupid mouths.”
“Power is a function of income, prestige, education and other conveyers of worldly status.”
“A little like the change. gov analogy - if nothing new were invented new tomorrow, we have all the technology [technological mechanisms] we need to treat holders of cultural content not as just repositories but as conveyers.”
“The robots will not only drill in mines but will up- and offload coal onto conveyers for transportation, with operators outside to control them remotely using a three-dimensional scanner attached at the back of the robots.”
“Then the conveyers carry it to the final flavoring step — the “burn in” of the operating system, which on my visit was Windows Vista, in many languages.”
“If that news strikes you as a disappointing barrier to your self-expression, remember, professional readers do not regard formatting choices as conveyers of personal style.”
“Their intended role has decreased or deceased and they often exist simply as symbols of the ideas they represent rather than true conveyers of content.”
“And the conveyers go through screens into the picking stations.”
“The hopper bottom has four discharge screw conveyers that move the product to the rear of the machine where it falls into a transfer distribution conveyer for distribution along the width of application, perpendicular to the direction of travel, to coulter openers.”
“The mainstream media journalists who are largely apologists and conveyers of the left's message also know that they are increasingly marginalized.”
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