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Changer

A clearing house, especially on the Merc, that takes the opposite position of an exchange's member firm's futures position. In other words, the changer bears the risk of a futures contract on behalf of this member firm. Changers charge a fee for this service.
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Leakage is a problem with almost all screen changer designs as they age, but most noticeably with slide-plate models.
The Central Bank has been increasingly clamping down on alleged illegal activities by some money changers.
In their confusion they aim at making a permissible profit not from the use of the money that they give to the money changer but from the money exchange from which they believe others make a profit.
Additionally, Sanyo is preparing to unveil in April a pair of CD changers that can be operated via credit-card-size remote controls.
Habit Changer "Power of Now" 42-day online program features:
Screen changer selection: Manual, lever type, about 4-in.
The system's receiver is a four-channel 120-watt unit with color-coded harnesses, CD changer controls, 30 station presets and a two-channel output allowing for the hookup of an additional amplifier.
The programs on Habit Changer presently focus on healthy eating, healthy finances and healthy living.
The PRO 920 Plus TC Tire Changer electric motors are copper wound, and are capable of handling larger wheels.
When the filtration level is equal to 40 microns (325 mesh) or larger, a screen changer is generally indicated.
A compact automatic tool changer from Staubli Connectors Division is intended to improve the productivity of robot arms in automation cells and so reduce the need for investment in additional robots.
The EC-500 horizontal machining center features a 32"x20"x28" work cube, a dual pallet changer with 500-ram pallets, and a built-in pallet indexer for 45-degree indexing of multi-sided tombstones.