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The umbrella tip contained a tiny pellet of ricin, a toxin derived from caster beans that is lethal in tiny doses.
Plug casters are finding small striped bass from Eddo’s Marina to the San Andreas Shoals on Fish Traps or River2Sea Swavers, but the grade of striped bass is limited.
Hoyem says, entering a room of monotype casters, where the machines, some a century old, cast individual letters and lines of metal type from molten lead.
Everbuilt rigid nonmarking rubber casters, 2 inches, $3.50 each; and Home Depot steel round rods, 3/8 inches by 48 inches, $7 each, homedepot.com.
Everbuilt rigid nonmarking rubber casters, 2 inches, $3.50 each
Zangari travels with a toolbox filled with nuts, bolts and screws, and extra tubing, casters and even glass cleaner that can act as a lubricant to help stuck wheels turn.
Among the investments were $60 million for a new caster in the No. 3 steel shop, which Carter said is now producing an advanced high-strength steel sought by automakers to make more fuel-efficient vehicles.
On the stage, roadies snap shut large plastic Pelican cases and roll them away on casters.
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First Known Use of caster
CASTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of caster for English Language Learners
: a small wheel attached to the bottom of something (such as a piece of furniture) to make it easier to move
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