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Instrument

1. See: Security.

2. Any tool that a government may use to influence the economy. Common instruments include setting prevailing interest rates, raising or lowering taxes, and awarding contracts to the private sector to stimulate demand for goods and services.

3. See: Contract.
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instrument

A legal document, such as a check, a security, or a will.
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instrument

A written legal document.

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Lamb showed me how to seat a patient, drape the napkin, process instruments for sterilization, and recognize various dental instruments that reminded me of tools my dad used around the house, especially those "pliers" for extractions!
Anyone who sees the dental instruments for sale should contact the confidential Crimestoppers hotline, free of charge, on 0800 555111.