- n. Plural form of trimmer.
“One of the things families often do that does NOT involve whisker trimmers is talk about all the things for which they're thankful.”
“Men called trimmers go in there, and by means of implements called slices make the coal run through that opening on to the floor of the stokehold, where it is within reach of the stokers ”
“When the Moultons discovered the damage, they said they had no idea who called the trimmers, but suspected their neighbors.”
“Tools such as trimmers, mowers and blowers generally use engine technologies long abandoned by carmakers: air cooling, carburetion and, often, two-cycle engines fueled by an oil-gas mix .”
“This glaze is dried in a hot room, then looked over by "trimmers," who scrape it off from such parts as the feet of cups and plates, so that they will not stick to the saggers in firing.”
“The industry has also fueled an itinerant labor force of "trimmers" who make $20 per hour or more snipping the leaves from the more potent dried buds of the plant.”
“That's why this grower in northern California is carefully collecting all the small leaves that an army of 'trimmers' have cut from around the marijuana plant buds.”
“But her problem is getting proper documentation for the immigrant work force, then assuring that those 1,000 "trimmers" sort the plants uniformly.”
“Husqvarna is the world's largest producer of lawn mowers, chainsaws and portable petrol-powered garden equipment such as trimmers and blowers.”
“trimmers" were the strangely inappropriate epithets hurled at men who, had they been in the slightest degree time-servers, would have shrunk from the thankless task of upholding good sense and humanity in the teeth of popular prejudice.”
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