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How to use conveyor in a sentence
As the cod came aboard, we’d toss them into a conveyor belt, stun them with a hard blow to the head, slice into their bellies, and rip out the guts.
The app is a conveyor belt of doors, opening and closing, on some strange reality.
Too often we use the conveyor belt strategy within out marketing departments.User experience is the difference between mediocre and next-level search marketing | Carolyn Lyden | June 16, 2021 | Search Engine Land
He waves at a conveyor built carrying taser parts, touting the company as an effective driver of the country’s “economic engine.”Documentary All Light, Everywhere Examines the Limits of Police Body Cameras—and Our Own Perceptions | Stephanie Zacharek | June 4, 2021 | Time
Then they direct the trash onto a conveyor belt that shuttles it into six large onboard dumpsters.This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through April 24) | Singularity Hub Staff | April 24, 2021 | Singularity Hub
And it depends on grand juries who act as a conveyor belt, quickly funneling tens of thousands of young Black men into prison.
Republican Scott Brown, the former Massachusetts senator now running in the Granite State, is the best conveyor of the message.How to Politicize Ebola: Blame It on Obama—or the GOP | Eleanor Clift | October 14, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
They are feeding it on to the conveyor belt, a moving rubber belt a couple of feet wide which runs a yard or two behind them.
After the blasting has been done the 'fillers' can tumble the coal out, break it up and shovel it on to the conveyor belt.
Canvass of the local trucking industry brought to light the conveyor of that elegant article of furniture.Average Jones | Samuel Hopkins Adams
The conveyor extension is removable, and should always be tight before machine is started.
Worn boxes should be taken up or rebabbitted, and conveyor and shoe eccentrics replaced if worn out.
If too many teeth are used in the concave, the conveyor sieve will be forced to carry more chaff than it can handle.
The conveyor groaned on, bringing up the next unit, a sleek little cruiser.Exploiter's End | James Causey
British Dictionary definitions for conveyor
a person or thing that conveys
short for conveyor belt
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