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  • noun Plural form of polisher.


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  • As of now, the diamond units in Ahmedabad employ around 80,000 polishers, which is slightly lower than the number (one lakh) employed before recession.


  • Why in the world do you think we have sword polishers? "


  • There are a few cleaners or polishers which is put on the balls to keep it clean and to extend its life.


  • "polishers" were chosen with care; but it was surprising to these workers to find how large the Christian world is, and how many stood ready to help if they were shown love.

    Ester Ried Yet Speaking

  • Not for the rock polishers the simple goal of flying high once the winch, inside a Land Rover-drawn horse box, that tows their graceful-looking gliders 300ft into the sky from the top of Latrigg has finally released them to wander the heavens at will.

    Country diary: Grasmere, Lake District

  • Crag faces like Pillar Rock, Esk Buttress, Cam Spout Crag and Napes Needle could well pass within metres of the rock polishers' wingtips as they soar by a world where only climbers and their ropes normally venture.

    Country diary: Grasmere, Lake District

  • After seeing the images of chairs, oxygen tanks, floor polishers, ect., lodged in MRI machines I simply thought that it was something odd that might have shown up on one of the shows mentioned above.

    mri | clusterflock

  • But it is the rock polishers themselves, the pilots at the controls, who might be called into question by venturing where no sane mortal would ever dare.

    Country diary: Grasmere, Lake District

  • The only thing the police have to do with it is that they are neutered, in favour of the chair-polishers, who used to work with card indexes and now employ computer databases.

    Criminals Insist On Being Naughty SHOCK! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • In Cumbrian dialect the sailplane pilots known as the "rock polishers" who fly over the Lake District might be termed as "leet as a fedder feather".

    Country diary: Grasmere, Lake District


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