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  • n. Plural form of pinsetter.


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  • But if parents ask nicely, they can also get their kids a tour of a movie theater projection room, the pinsetters at a bowling alley, or other places kids are curious about.

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  • God bless the pinsetters, lamplighters, and guys who harvested ice on ponds with hand saws.

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  • In this scene, just as was discussed in this post from April, you can visibly see the pinsetters in the background jumping down to pick up the fallen pins.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • The program's site proudly touts its equipment, including a number of pinsetters and a Vacu-Jig drill machine.

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  • Robotic pinsetters and computerized scoring were just the beginning.

    Technology's Gutterball

  • NICK GREENE, AVIATION SUPPORT/PINSETTER: All of us pinsetters have real jobs down here.

    CNN Transcript Feb 9, 2003

  • Apparently, they have either replaced or renovated all of the pinsetters.

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  • The Professional Bowlers Association Tour became the latest sport to adopt instant replay, to rule on foul-line infractions and pinsetters that prevent wobbly pins from falling.

    The Seattle Times

  • As a purchasing manager for K-Byte, a subcontractor that supplied pinsetters and automatic scorekeepers to AMF's bowling division, Bill Melucci (now with Dominion Technologies) was confronted with a challenge by K-Byte's president: Find a way to cut costs so they could make a profit on the business.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • Installation of the automatic equipment will be done by a team from the factory which built the pinsetters.

    Aspen Times - Top Stories


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