distributor

[ dih-strib-yuh-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF distributor

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She was not a conqueror of nations or a distributor of crowns, but a giver of alms.

Man himself is a great carrier and distributor of his own diseases.

As a rule, all that a "pusher" or distributor can tell is where he got the bad money.

The distributor of papers looked at her a little sharply as he went by.

But he was by now almost a capitalist—he was a distributor of meal-tickets.

"The king had appointed him to be distributor of the stamps," answered Grandfather.

From the washers they are lifted by a conveyor B to a distributor C by which they are conveyed to the cutters or slicers.

This distributor is timed with the crank shaft of the motor, and may be driven either by a gear or by a silent chain.

On top, an inch of dry straw or light leaf-mold may be placed to serve as a distributor of the heat to the earth above.

Three years later he resigned his office of Distributor of Stamps in favour of his s., and received a civil list pension of £300.

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