scaler

A special hand tool with ridged teeth for scaling fish.
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scaler

[n] - an electronic pulse counter used to count pulses that occur too rapidly to be recorded individually
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Scaler

Scal'er noun One who, or that which, scales; specifically, a dentist's instrument for removing tartar from the teeth.
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scaler

<dentistry> A tool with a curved hook on one end. The orthodontist uses the scaler to remove excess cement, and check for gaps. ... (08 Jan 1998) ...
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scaler

noun an electronic pulse counter used to count pulses that occur too rapidly to be recorded individually
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scaler

(ska´lәr) a dental instrument for removal of scale (plaque, bacterial endotoxins, and calculus) from teeth. ultrasonic scaler an ultrasonic instrument with a tip for supplying high-frequency vibrations, used to remove plaque and calculus from teeth and bits of inflamed tiss...
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Scaler

• (n.) One who, or that which, scales; specifically, a dentist`s instrument for removing tartar from the teeth.
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Scaler

An instrument used for counting electrical pulses and displaying the result in digitized form. Scalers my be used to display beam intensities, bubble-chamber-picture counts, etc. In NTF a Scaler is a hardwired device in the NTF control room that acts to terminate patient exposure in case the beamline mP fails to do so at the proper point. The scale
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Scaler

Scaler is Australian and New Zealand slang for a swindler or cheat. The term is especially applied to someone who rides public transport without paying the fare (in Britain a fare-dodger).
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Scaler

Scaler is Australian and New Zealand slang for a swindler or cheat. The term is especially applied to someone who rides public transport without paying the fare (in Britain a fare-dodger).
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Scaler

==Synopsis== Scaler follows the story of a 12-year-old boy named Bobby Jenkins who stumbles across the evil plot of his next door neighbor to dominate the world through use of mutated lizards. His neighbor, Bootcamp, captures and restrains Bobby, striking him with a bolt of energy that transforms him into a shape-shifting alter-ego, Scaler—a viv
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Scaler

Circuitry that converts a video signal to a resolution other than its original format. Scaling can involve upconversion or downconversion, and may also include a conversion between interlaced- and progressive-scan formats. A scaler can be built into a TV, HDTV tuner, DVD player, or home theater receiver, or may be a standalone component.
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Scaler

An instrument used for counting electrical pulses and displaying the result in digitized form. Scalers my be used to display beam intensities, bubble-chamber-picture counts, etc. In NTF a Scaler is a hardwired device in the NTF control room that acts to terminate patient exposure in case the beamline mP fails to do so at the proper point. The scale
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scaler

apparatus used as part of a counting assembly to determine the number of electrical pulses in a given time
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scaler

an electronic sub-assembly designed for counting electrical pulses, and containing one or more scaling circuits
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scaler

Type: Term Pronunciation: skā′lĕr Definitions: 1. An instrument for removing tartar from the teeth. 2. A device for counting electrical impulses, as in the assay of radioactive materials.
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