extractor extractor


  1. (n) an instrument for extracting tight-fitting components
  2. (n) an apparatus that uses centrifugal force to separate particles from a suspension
  3. (n) a mechanism in a firearm that pulls an empty shell case out of the chamber and passes it to the ejector


  1. The resulting slurry will be pumped to the first-floor extractor, in which it is dehydrated and turned into a material resembling sawdust.
  2. From 2000 to 2008, he served on the board of the state-controlled firm Gazprom, Russia's largest company and the world's largest extractor of natural gas.
  3. The second floor featured theater performances, barbers, steam baths and earwax extractors.


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  • "We are convinced that certain interpretations that have been applied do not correspond to the nature of the rules," said Domenicali. "If that extractor is illegal then it must not be used, while if it is legal it's up to the other teams,...
    on Mar 24, 2009 By: Stefano Domenicali Source: Irish Times

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