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- n. Plural form of perfector.
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I was transported into the land of Mr. Magoo as I knelt down on the bathroom floor, flailing my arms about on the linoleum, trying locate my peeper perfectors.
The author takes pleasure in acknowledging his indebtedness to the first systematic writers on Italian painting no less than to the perfectors of the new critical method, now adopted by nearly all serious students of Italian art.
Mechanical and industrial imagination, like esthetic imagination, has its preparatory period, its zenith and decline: the periods of the precursors, of the great inventors, and of mere perfectors.
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Combining sheetfed and web concepts, the innovative press with new sheeter technology delivers a new way to print a wide variety of coated stocks while doubling the productivity of sheetfed perfectors.
The department has also installed "energy perfectors" at many of its sites, which optimise the voltage of the electricity supply to match the appliances being used.
Combining sheetfed and web concepts, the innovative press with new sheeter technology developed exclusively with VITS can double the productivity of sheetfed perfectors while printing on coated stocks without a dryer.