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The novel Annihilation is the first book in VanderMeer's Southern Reach trilogy, which debuted in 2014.
In the case of positrons and electrons, their annihilation results in a burst of gamma rays.
Speaking on this occasion, Hafiz Tahir Ashrafi stated that it is honor for him and announced dedicating the award to Ulema and Mashaykh of Pakistan for making effective struggle for annihilation of terrorism and extremism from Pakistan and Muslim world.
The Stuxnet virus carried a cryptic message that showed its connection to 'Hadassah" - Esther's original name, referring to the queen of the Purim story in which Jews were saved from annihilation.
WHEN mankind stands forlornly on the brink of annihilation, Paisleyborn action hero Gerard Butler proudly steps forward to shepherd every man, woman and child back from the abyss.
Iran has helped Syria and Iraq in fighting terrorist groups and their annihilation by playing a military advisory role.
Combining familiar scare tactics and eerie science-fiction concepts, the film 'Annihilation' is a tense and smart thriller about an all-female group that investigates an area suspected to be controlled by alien intelligence.
But more recently, Netflix has given us "Annihilation," a sci-fi/suspense film based on the book by Jeff Vadermeer, the start of his "Southern Reach" Trilogy.
1898 - Australia complete a 4-1 series annihilation of England
Annihilation, a mind-bending foray into the unknown from the British writer-director Alex Garland, leaves you in an entrancingly beautiful daze.
Alex Garland's sci-fi thriller "Annihilation," starring Natalie Portman, opened with $11.1 million on about 2,000 screens.
The roles Gina Rodriguez played in "Jane the Virgin" and "Annihilation" could not be more different.
"The Shimmer" is the name given to the mysterious phenomenon that, after a meteor strike, settles along a swampy Florida coastline in Alex Garland's "Annihilation." It's an area enclosed by a fluid, translucent wall bathed in an eerie rainbow glimmer.
Along with constituting the first prototype of plastic scintillator-based cost-effective PET scanner with a large field of view [44,45], it maybe used to detect photons in the subMeV range such as products of annihilation of positronium atoms, thus allowing for a range of studies related to discrete symmetries and quantum entanglement [43].