annihilator


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a total destroyer

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Lee, Rings with annihilator conditions on multilinear polynomials, Chinese J.
Three separate prototypes were developed, the Annihilator I (belt-fed), and the II and III, both of which were magazine-fed and were almost identical in appearance to the eventual Thompson submachine gun.
Criminologist Professor David Wilson, who led the study, said: "The family annihilator should be seen as a specific category of murderer, for a crime which appears to be increasing.
From this perspective, Artaud's role as patron saint of modernism's implosion, an annihilator of medium distinctions and unifier of art and life, must be nuanced.
In both these cases, the substance taken appears to have been called Annihilation, Annihilator or some variation on that name.
In both these cases the substance taken appears to have been called Annihilation, Annihilator or some variation on that name.
The redesigned Series 3 C3A channel grinder produces approximately 30% more flow when compared to the original Annihilator Series C3.
to take a second job in 1851, selling the "Phillips' fire annihilator," an extinguisher designed for residential use.
In the present paper we study this identity with annihilator conditions on prime rings in more generalized form.
For a [member of] N, (0 : a) = {n [member of] N/na = 0} is the annihilator of a.
Annihilator (Canada), Primal Fear (Germany) Voivod (Canada)
The researchers did not consider the possibility that such associations can be explained by the risk-taking propensities of young drinkers who favor trendy concoctions such as the Annihilator or the Jager Bomb, as opposed to the special dangers of combining alcohol with caffeine.
According to Tiffany, "it is because Donne sees Christ as the annihilator of geographies, and travel as something God halts in order to unite himself to the sinner, that his sacred poems more often present the Christian as a stationary city than an errant pilgrim.