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- n. Plural form of eductor.
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This list details the eductors who have volunteered to blog and podcast the conference.
Water jet eductors utilize the kinetic energy of one liquid to cause the flow of another.
Elkhart Brass manufactures firefighting nozzles, water cannons, valves, fireground appliances, foam eductors, apparatus fittings, and accessories for many of these components.
Now, when legislation is put forward that would ensure that the free speech rights of scientists and eductors aren't trampled by Darwinist thought police, we see the ugly face of censorship.
I was swarmed when we stopped, so one of the young health eductors, Robert, became my secret service agent and led me around the back so I could take a break!
Yes, it seems that way to many, professionals, electeds and parents alike, and such circumstances have at best been used to scatter school-reform efforts here and there according to the latest fads and research among eductors, and at worst as an excuse for failure.
Teabaggers like to attack teachers as being lazy union scum, I know a lot of teachers and to a person, they are hard working dedicated eductors who care more about their students’ education than the teabagging parents who concieved them on the seat of a pickup truck outside a bowling alley. idiot.