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  • n. Plural form of caster.


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  • And the broadcast right trumps the Creative Commons licenses that have already been applied to 53 million works in a scant three years; even though those authors want you to distribute their works, the "casters" still get to stop you.

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  • I would like to see a tournement that pits fly casters and casters against one another.

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  • I like the Pflueger rod and reel combos for spinning and ABU 4500 and 5500 bait casters on BPS Extreme rods.

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  • Who would win, you buddy with a handful of fly rods or the dude with a couple of bait-casters?

    Fishing Golf Course: Fly or Conventional?

  • Every once in a while they would have a fly casting work shop but I have never heard of them leting casters play.

    Fishing Golf Course: Fly or Conventional?

  • "The fact that they both have casters on their bases makes them versatile and fun," he adds.

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  • A Derek is, in essence, a wonky pyramid of eggboxes sprayed gold then stood on casters, but the terror and exhilaration it provokes in viewers is quite spectacular.

    Grace Dent's TV OD

  • Those were the good old days when American die casters could compete in the market for car parts made from magnesium alloy.

    Mugging Magnesium

  • Die casters who have tried shifting to aluminum have lost orders to overseas producers.

    Mugging Magnesium

  • Five years later magnesium alloy is in short supply in the U.S., leading to much higher prices than in the rest of the world and a crisis for die casters, alloy producers and recyclers.

    Mugging Magnesium


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