from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who or that which grips, grasps, or seizes.
- noun A device for holding the carbon of an arc-lamp and assisting in the regulation of its movements.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who, or that which, grips or seizes.
- noun In printing presses, the fingers or nippers.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun a person or thing that
- noun a cover on the handle of a bicycle, tool, etc, that makes it easier to grip.
- noun curling A
rubberor other material attached to a curlingshoe to improve tractionon the ice
- noun rail transport, slang a ticket collector
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At corners, make sure the gripper is butted tightly against each other.
New and existing facilities can be equipped with this sensitive high-speed gripper, which is actuated with compressed air of 6bar.
Functioning "gripper" hand attachments available (sold separately).
Special-design "gripper" type seat and fuel tank, forward-canted steering crown and low ProTaper® handlebar all help create greater freedom of movement and more comfortable ergonomics for riders.
From now resizable dialogues have a 'gripper' icon in right bottom corner.
Remove the existing gripper and make sure the floor is clean and dry.
Install new gripper around the perimeter of the room, but not in front of doorways.
This will stretch the carpet over the gripper where the tacks will grab it and hold it firmly in place.
It features opening panels, removable arms, 8 pieces of accessories including utility saw, periscope scanner, mechanical gripper and more.
/"You can't handle the truth!" ferocity about – hold on to your hats, readers, this one's a gripper!