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He was a quiet-mannered man, whom you would have taken for anything in the world but a Socialist agitator.
Some of the agitators whispered, "He will be off, he will escape from us
1759-1833), English philanthropists and anti-slavery agitators who helped to secure passage of the Emancipation Bill by Parliament in 1833.
It covered the passive land with its lives of countless people like Ziemianitch and its handful of agitators like this Haldin--murdering foolishly.
not so drunk, and will not believe the testimony of two notorious infidels, agitators, and atheists, who accuse me from motives of personal revenge which they are foolish enough to admit.
example, an agitator overheard a conversation among workers while
Quick-release agitators, which enable the operator to simply line up the pin on the planetary shaft to the slot on the agitator and lift up, automatically locking the agitator into position
The drum magnet specified for the super-shredder was an electro-agitator type, which uses a deep-field, rectangular-core pickup magnet to reach out and grab the ferrous, and a second rectangular-core agitator magnet to flip or agitate the ferrous material, cleaning it of contaminants like loose mud, paper, fluff and trash.
The agitator creates a downward jet beam that enhances the efficiency.
It is the soldier, not the agitator, who has given us the freedom to protest.
The Lift & Seal System seals the drum to a stainless steel pour cone with a heavy-duty Rote-Flo rotary agitator system.
Consistency of flow from the bag to the mixer is ensured by the Bridgbuster paddles, patented Loop Retractor bag hanger bar, E3 spout interface device, and a mechanical agitator located directly inlet to the incline conveyor.