agitators


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Some of the agitators whispered, "He will be off, he will escape from us
He was a quiet-mannered man, whom you would have taken for anything in the world but a Socialist agitator.
Lord Eldon said in his old age that "if he were to begin life again, he would be damned but he would begin as agitator.
With his talent for speaking and drawing up documents, there are few men who could come up to him as an agitator--an agitator, you know.
One was a tramp, another was a labor agitator, a third was a law- school student, and the remainder was composed of wordy workingmen.
This George Milford was an obscure agitator about whom nothing is known, save the one additional bit of information gained from the Manuscript, which mentions that he was shot in the Chicago Commune.
Industrial agitators primarily serves various mixing application needs in manufacturing industries including chemical, oil, gas and petrochemical, pharmaceutical and food and beverages among others.
Compared to other single-shaft agitators, the company said this economical Bow Tie Disperser is more robust and heavy-duty, capable of handling viscosities up to several hundred thousand centipoise.
The agitators, product and CIP pumps, automated valves, load cells, thermoprobe, tank light and vacuum pump are all controlled and viewed from a Ross SysCon Recipe Control Panel with 15" color touchscreen.
Compared to other single-shaft agitators, the economical Bow Tie Disperser is more robust and heavy-duty, capable of handling viscosities up to several hundred thousand centipoise.
They were surprised over the changing policy of both the agitators and police that caused clashes.