eliminator


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eliminator

[ə′lim·ə‚nād·ər]
(electronics)
Device that takes the place of batteries, generally consisting of a rectifier operating from alternating current.
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It was thought that 'Kid Shamrock' versus 'The Big Cheese' would just be elevated to a fight for the vacant belt, but the Board instead decided to order another eliminator after Cheeseman pulled out.
The Eliminator allows for exact data, but that wasn't my interest.
To meet these objectives, we had skilled teams on board to ensure that the Eliminator product could be applied quickly and safely.
I was supposed to fight for the English title but we couldn't get that, so the Boxing Board's ordered me and Turley to fight for a British title eliminator.
But my main focus is obviously on that final eliminator in the new year.
Manager Jon Pegg will hear in the "next couple of weeks" if the fight will be an eliminator for the Commonwealth title, currently held by Frankie Gavin.
Installing an oil mist eliminator on turbines and compressors has numerous advantages to ongoing site operation.
In order to give the Eliminator III a thorough test, I mounted the scope atop a supremely accurate T/C Icon Precision Hunter chambered in my newest cartridge crush, the 6.
He's a good fighter and nobody gets an easy touch for a world title final eliminator.
Besides high-quality polarized sunglasses, HaberVision makes polarized anti-fog ski goggles and the patented Eliminator Fan.
BIRMINGHAM'S Frankie Gavin has been nominated by the Boxing Board of Control to fight the vastly experience Junior Witter in an eliminator for the British welterweight title, which is held by Lee Purdy.
Also available is the Purina Pet Gear Pet Stain & Odor Eliminator for carpet and upholstery with a cleaning agent intended to remove pet stains and the odors that lead puppies back to the same spots, without damaging carpet or furniture.