Definition of Indentor
1. Noun. A person who is a representative for a foreign company, product or a person, and who gets commission or royalty on any transaction which takes place in his home country irrespective of whether the transaction has taken place out of his effort or consent. ¹
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Definition of Indentor
1. indenter [n -S] - See also: indenter
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Literary usage of Indentor
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Theory and Practice of International Commerce by Archibald John Wolfe (1919)
"the indentor was obliged to accept the vendor's draft against documents and to pay even before maturity if the goods arrived in the meanwhile. ..."
2. The A B C Universal Commercial Electric Telegraphic Code, Specially Adapted by William Clauson-Thue, American Code Company (1901)
"Cancel all outstanding indents indentor. Cancel the part of indent(s) No. relating to Who is the indentor Do you object to state who is the indentor The ..."
3. Prosthetics/Amputations/Orthotics/Orthopedics and Spinal Cord Injury and edited by Mindy L. Aisen (2000)
"Piston- indentor arrays have not been used in socket design, ... METHODS Equipment indentor An oscillating, air-driven indentor (Figures 1 and) was used to ..."
4. Collectanea Topographica Et Genealogica by Frederic Madden, Bulkeley Bandinel, John Gough Nichols (1840)
"... indentor And in case y* the said Lady Ka?yn ... butt that then the said indentor and livy of seisin ..."
5. Basic Studies in the Field of High-Temperature Engineering: Second by Nea, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, Nihon Genshiryoku Kenkyūjo (2002)
"Twenty-eight kinds of indentation data were obtained for each specimen. The dynamic hardness by Vickers indentor, //v, was calculated by : P (D where c ..."
6. Poverty and Un-British Rule in India by Dadabhai Naoroji (1901)
"But the market price of the article falls in accordance with the appreciation of gold, and the indentor from India gets what he wants at such reduced gold ..."
7. The works of Sir William Mure of Rowallan by William Mure, William Tough (1898)
"Ane indentor of truce tv' Ingland. On the margin of the MS. here appears the ... The "indentor of truce" has led Sir William into the mistake of thinking ..."