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COUNTER, Eng. law. The name of an ancient prison in the city of London, which has now been demolished.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Still, interviewees said, for the more than 1.5 million people with online access, creating a digital counter public sphere in which to debate and express themselves is important for strengthening democracy.
Edgebanders also are being equipped with digital counters that facilitate changeover from one material to another, Herzog added.
Features include a hot melt glue pot equipped with automatic temperature lowering, a heated infeed fence, and mechanical digital counters. (888) 982-2683,
CTT series multi-function devices can be configured for operation as digital counters, timers, or tachometers.
The changeover of the vial diameter requires only three guide parts and uses digital counters for repeatable positioning of guides and station heights.
On this occasion, two researchers from the university presented digital counters with low-voltage power to control and set tariffs in the contract in effect with the client with an integrated fraud detection system.
Available options include digital counters, material guides and coatings, spool/core/coiling adapters, stainless steel guard plates, and ultrasonic tension control (10 to 50 gr).
Hydracolor color-concentrate and dry-colorant metering units and blenders are solid-state controlled by digital counters to maintain ratio between virgin and color.
Boring and drilling machines, for example, can come with any number of quick set-up enhancing features including automatic tool changers, multiple horizontal and vertical spindles, multiple station tool turrets, digital counters and computer controllers.

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