Diminisher

Di`min´ish`er


n.1.One who, or that which, diminishes anything.
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Our German sentiment analysis engine provides advanced functionalities such as amplifier, diminisher, and negation support," said Elliot Turner, CEO of AlchemyAPI.
People report that working for a diminisher, they only get to use about 48-50 per cent of their intelligence.
While multipliers amplify the intelligence of the people around them, diminishers shut down the intelligence of their subordinates.
Diminishers love to hire smart people but they tend to put them in the background.
Why is there a circular diminisher, why is there a bather, why is there no scraper, why is there a dinner, why is there a bell ringer, why is there a duster, why is there a section of a similar resemblance, why is there that scissor.
AVON has launched its Beyond Colour range offering to minimise fine lines and wrinkles and featuring foundation, lipstick and eyeshadow as well as a line diminisher - a concealer with a little extra clout to eliminate fine lines and wrinkles.
MSM is a wonderful anti-inflammatory agent and muscle pain diminisher.
The collection includes Spot Solution skin lightening cream with hydroquinone and retinol to lighten discoloration and dark spots, Lumineyes-Dark Circle Diminisher with vitamin K to rid the eyes of dark circles and soften the skin, Calming Influence serum to calm sensitive skin with aloe vera, orange flower, ylang ylang and calendula and Beauty Blotters Oil-Absorbing tissues to remove excess oil without disturbing makeup.
She'll introduce the five disciplines that distinguish Multipliers from Diminishers and provide practice tips for leading like a Multiplier.
That is why, many cultural observers perceive English as the language of understatement (expressing less meaning than it really is through such possible linguistic means as downtoners, diminishers, minimizers, deintensifiers, compromisers, approximators).
In analysing data from more than 150 leaders pre and post the financial crisis, Wiseman and McKeown have identified five disciplines that distinguish Multipliers from Diminishers.
Document-level, entity-level, and keyword-level sentiment mining is provided--in addition to support for advanced features such as negation handling, sentiment amplifiers / diminishers, slang, and typos.