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These themes were woven throughout the data, although the participants' experiences of these constructs varied based on the specific role and context of the boundary spanner.
Replace the valve and tighten with an adjustable spanner by turning it clockwise.
The company's initial focus is on the development and commercialization of The Spanner.
Delaney said she acted in self-defence and hit him with the spanner as she believed he was going to kill her.
There are also metric and imperial box spanners, plus hex pattern screwdriver bits and flexible shaft.
A spanner wrench, which we often use to remove or install the nut, slips off.
The crosshead comes equipped with air-operated hydraulic mandrel removal, as well as a spanner wrench and ratchet for removing die nuts or fine-tuning wall thickness.
John and Robert Mitchum appeared in five films together, including ``El Dorado,'' as well as the made-for-TV movies ``Jake Spanner, Private Eye'' and ``A Family for Joe.
Standard equipment for the tool includes a side handle, wheel guard, inner flange, outer nut and face spanner.
It consists of a tough, lightweight screwdriver and a slip-on spanner for adding extra torque when screws refuse to budge.
Spanner went on a routine tree-trimming job 14 years ago in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, he wasn't looking for a big tree.
The whip to a jockey is like a spanner to a carpenter", presumably in the sense that he has little idea of what to do with it, because it should not be routinely employed in his work.