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modder

An individual who modifies an off-the-shelf component, typically a PC. See modding.
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That letter stated that Modder provided "inappropriate counseling" to sailors by forcing his religious dogma on them.
The children from Modder River were certainly too young to have been guilty of sexual or ritual transgressions, alluding to the idea that they were perhaps the victims of inter- rather than intragroup violence.
The cages were divided into 4 groups with 3 replicates according to the phases of life during the adult stage or days after emergence as follows: early somatic phase (3-5 d); late somatic phase (10-15 d); copulating phase (23-35 d) and oviposition phase (45-58 d) as described by Idowu & Modder (1998).
The listing of Gold One, on Monday 18 May 2009, signalled three years to the day since the initial sod-turning took place at Modder East, while only last week we completed construction of the main components of our metallurgical plant and moved the first rock through the crushing and milling system" said Gold One President and CEO Neal Froneman.
Keith Modder, managing director of Asian Operations for Virtusa, said: 'The alliance with eHosting DataFort will not only strengthen our mutual business relationship, but will also help identify areas where we can capitalise on each other's strengths and create regional business opportunities.
Modder East Squatters 2001 4 SA 385 (Witwatersrand Local Division).
Byvoorbeeld van mense uit die lokasie en mense uit die rykmansbuurt wat almal in die modder en onder die stukkende huise soek na waardevolle dinge .
Cohnen M, Poll LJ, Puettmann C, Ewen K, Saleh A, Modder U.
The united Boer force then gained the Modder River and safety.
The 1st Battalion drove the Boers from their positions at Belmont, Graspan and the Modder River before themselves suffering a reverse at Magersfontein.
They were involved in the business of selling narcotics,'' said Deputy District Attorney Kerri Modder after Wednesday's hearing.
See Montagu Modder, The Jew in the Literature of England, Philadelphia: jewish Publication Society of America, 1944; Edgar Rosenberg, From Shylock to Svengali, Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 1960.