CASTER


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
CASTERCoded Aperture Survey Telescope for Energetic Radiation (NASA)
CASTERCryptologic Analytic Support Terminal
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
The International Association of Athletics Federations' position is that athletes like Caster can only compete at distances from 400m to a mile if they take testosterone blockers.
Due to this, XinChen Caster Wheels Company is developing their own to hit the markets.
As the stadium announcer introduces her, Caster slides a leashed, leather, bait-filled lure through her hands and slowly begins to spin it in a wide circle.
Caster's perceived crime is that she was born with high levels of androgen in her blood, which means that her testosterone levels are higher than normally found in a female.
* A hand-operated wheel lock that sets the caster in a parked position.
The Drive Caster integrates an electric motor with an industrial caster to create a single unit that can be easily added to carts, racks, or just about anything that rolls on casters.
Alloy steel company TimkenSteel (NYSE:TMST) on Friday announced an open house ceremony to celebrate the commissioning of its new USD200m, 270 feet jumbo bloom vertical caster at the Faircrest Steel Plant in Canton.
A double lock, shown at right, totally freezes the caster. The wheel won't turn and the caster won't rotate.
For the blueberry compote, reserve a few of the blueberries for garnish and put the rest in a For the blueberry compote, reserve a few of the blueberries for garnish and put the rest in a saucepan with the caster sugar and orange peel.
28 -- Payson Casters has unveiled the new self-locking spring caster, designed for worker safety in particular for applications that include work platforms and portable rolling ladders.