Definition of Indentors

1. Noun. (plural of indentor) ¹



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Definition of Indentors

1. indentor [n] - See also: indentor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Indentors

indenols
indent
indentation
indentations
indented
indentedly
indenter
indenters
indentified
indenting
indention
indentions
indentment
indentments
indentor
indentors (current term)
indentour
indents
indenture
indentured
indentured servant
indentured servants
indentures
indentureship
indenturing
indenumerable
indenylidene
independence
independence number
independences

Literary usage of Indentors

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1. Prosthetics/Amputations/Orthotics/Orthopedics and Spinal Cord Injury and edited by Mindy L. Aisen (2000)
"1 1999 adjacent indentors may interfere with one another's measurements. For instance, due to the manner in which tissues displace under loading, ..."

2. The Records of a Scottish Cloth Manufactory at New Mills, Haddingtonshire by William Robert Scott (1905)
"Mr. Draper being to lieve the imploy orders the given of hime ane suit of cloaths conforme to the indentors with hime. 1034. It being still pressed that the ..."

3. Forest Products Statistics by New York Paper, Paper, New York, United States (1905)
"Mr. Draper being to lieve the imploy orders the given of hime ane suit of cloaths conforme to the indentors with hime. 1034. It being still pressed that the ..."

4. The Challenge in South Asia: Development, Democracy, and Regional Cooperation by Ponna Wignaraja, Akmal Hussain (1989)
"Local indentors receive 3 percent of the total foreign aid on commission while ... A few hundred indentors receiving 3 percent of $12 billion (foreign aid ..."

5. Publications by Scottish History Society, Dorset Record Society (1905)
"... prentices shall be admitted to work in the imploy above a moneths time untill they subscrive ther indentors. 556. That Perie the sope boyler and Richard ..."

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