Definition of Rewinders

1. Noun. (plural of rewinder) ¹



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Definition of Rewinders

1. rewinder [n] - See also: rewinder

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rewinders

rewicker
rewickering
rewiden
rewidened
rewidening
rewidens
rewild
rewilded
rewilding
rewilds
rewin
rewind
rewindable
rewinded
rewinder
rewinders
rewinding
rewinds
rewinning
rewins
rewirable
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rewireable
rewired
rewires
rewiring
rewirings
rewle
rewoke
rewoken

Literary usage of Rewinders

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1. Motion Picture Making and Exhibiting: A Comprehensive Volume Treating the by John B. Rathbun (1914)
"Rewinders. The use of rewinders is compulsory in many cities, and is always desirable in any case. It can be used in a separate room or in the operator's ..."

2. Russian-American Relations, March, 1917-March, 1920: Documents and Papers by Foreign Policy Association, Caroline King Cumming, Walter William Pettit (1920)
"With film expedition send supplies of transformers, rheostats, carbons, cement rewinders, number four cable. Gaumont or Pathe machines preferable account ..."

3. Russian-American Relations, March, 1917-March, 1920: Documents and Papers by Foreign Policy Association, Caroline King Cumming, Walter William Pettit (1920)
"With film expedition send supplies of transformers, rheostats, carbons, cement rewinders, number four cable. Gaumont or Pathe machines preferable account ..."

4. Treatise on Clock and Watch Making: Theoretical and Practical by Thomas Reid (1832)
"It must be confessed, that in the apparatus of rewinders, there is an appearance of their giving an equal impulse at all times to the regulator of the ..."

5. A Condensed Course in Motion Picture Photography by Charles Wilbur Hoffman, Carl Louis Gregory (1920)
"... properly unless he looks at it once or twice in the projection room and then personally goes over the entire film by hand, on a pair of rewinders. ..."

6. Tariff Schedules: Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means, House of by Oscar Wilder Underwood (1913)
"00 to 2.50 Rewinders 2.00 Finishers 2'. 00 to 2.25 Stock runners 1.90 to 2.50 Counter girls 1. 25 On the other hand, ..."

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