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modder

An individual who modifies an off-the-shelf component, typically a PC. See modding.
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We thought that before we went into action we should receive some food to fill our shrunken stomachs but no, we had hardly halted when we were ordered to wade the Modder [river] & attack the N[orth] side," he wrote acidly.
From Australia, China, Canada, Japan, to Philippines, world-class modders like GGF Lan Party, Designs By IFR, TAGMods, FUXK-Xing Kai, EZgunna82 PC Modding, Fabio Moma, Ronnie Hara Mods, ForestCatDesign, KrypteK PC Mods, EDMOD CRAFT share one thing in common: Apacer PANTHER series is adopted as an essential part to support their creativity.
Interestingly, the modder who came up with the pink version of Darth Mader poked fun at EA CFO Blake Jorgensen's statement about "realism" in "Battlefront II" in his description for the new mod.
That letter stated that Modder provided "inappropriate counseling" to sailors by forcing his religious dogma on them.
The contrasting result has been obtained by Modder and Tamu (1996) who showed that the number of eggs per ootheca were almost two times more in M.
6) The case study by Banks and Potts (2010) involving video games from the game developer Auran identified some problems resulting from leaving the creative aspects in the hands of the modder community in terms of managing problems, which increased the costs of the video game production.
Modder, "Prostaglandin E1: a new agent for the prevention of renal dysfunction in high risk patients caused by radiocontrast media?
53) A modder found the code and created a patch to make the mini-game accessible.
Mary C M Macintosh, Kate M Fleming, Jaron A Bailey, Pat Doyle, Jo Modder, et al .
2) Montegu Frank Modder, The Jew in the Literature of England: To the End of the 19th Century (Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1939).
46), but she also exhibited her skills as a "game designer, modder, mentor, teacher, and leader.