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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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On the other hand, the electron and positron, if they are not disintegrated into quark-antiquark pairs during the collision, can directly annihilate into photons.
The Jabhat al-Nasra uses the Free Syrian Army as an assistance tool, nothing more or less and Jabhat al-Nasra is ready to annihilate it," he added.
Kong can unleash ``fury mode'' and break its neck, its jaw or just hop on and annihilate it under a hail of hairy fists.
But it was not a government decision or any decision on the part of the authorities to annihilate one whole nation.
Each bundle is composed of pairs of oppositely directed field lines that merge and annihilate each other, releasing vast reserves of energy every 40 hours or so.
Bacon and his grotesque circle annihilate everyone around them as well as each other: They are grown-up versions of the little monsters who disemboweled cats in The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With the Sea.
The game's opening cinema screens show one of the Heishi generals using this power to annihilate an army by himself.
Unlike a stable hydrogen atom, orthopositronium lasts only for about 140 nanoseconds, before its components annihilate each other in a burst of pure energy.
Where most racing games demanded their players to be precise with their movements, ``Takedown'' granted you the chance to annihilate opposing drivers, often resulting in violently spectacular crashes.
In this scenario, because matter and antimatter annihilate each other, nearly all antimatter would eventually vanish, leaving just enough matter to make up essentially everything in the universe today.
Players can annihilate the opposition in the 22-mission single-player campaign or dish out the damage in global multiplayer mayhem.
Purim celebrates how Queen Esther and her cousin Mordecai, both Jews, saved their people in Persia from Haman, a prime minister who sought to annihilate them.