annihilator


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annihilator

[ə′nī·ə‚lād·ər]
(mathematics)
For a set S, the class of all functions of specified type whose value is zero at each point of S.
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Lee, Left annihilators characterized by GPI's, Trans.
The Annihilator, which was also initially marketed as "The Mother of All Shredders," is designed to handle more than 100 tons per hour of "the most contaminated, commingled waste streams you can throw at it," according to the company.
A mother is also both a life-giver and a potential annihilator, if the mere fact of humans being born in order to die as a consequence in the future is considered.
Oh Zarathustra, you Concealer, you annihilator without scorn, you dangerous saint,--you are a knave
Mastodon-like coping annihilator "Big" Ben Schroeder is on 151, and Video Days-alum-turned-Muslim cab driver Jordan Richter is back in the game over at Aesthetics.
The Annihilator is a twin shaft grinder will patented space cutters; the Pipeliner has a single shaft design that prevents expensive maintenance of process equipment due to ragging.
Down the road in Newport and there's more hard house on the menu at Annihilator at Jesters with BK, Paul Brish Smith and Haza spinning black plastic.
The Annihilator also features a twin-track idler wheel that permits the use of a standard length string and the Thruster HL One Cam that produces level nock travel and 80 percent standard letoff.
Also, the author includes an interesting topology grouping of multiple child killers into five categories-disciple killer, family annihilator, pseudo-commando, disgruntled employee, and set-and-run killer.
Expensive as indulging a child's demands for a box that will drive Galactic Annihilator IV is, the stakes get significantly raised when it comes to outfitting an entire store or group of stores.
and the 3D Blaster Annihilator Pro with DDR memory for the HP Pavilion 1G PC.