Queller


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Quell´er


n.1.A killer; as, Jack the Giant Queller.
2.One who quells; one who overpowers or subdues.
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It was Pantocyclus -- the illustrious Circle mentioned above, as the queller of the Colour Revolt -- who first convinced mankind that Configuration makes the man; that if, for example, you are born an Isosceles with two uneven sides, you will assuredly go wrong unless you have them made even -- for which purpose you must go to the Isosceles Hospital; similarly, if you are a Triangle, or Square, or even a Polygon, born with any Irregularity, you must be taken to one of the Regular Hospitals to have your disease cured; otherwise you will end your days in the State Prison or by the angle of the State Executioner.
Hail, Son of the Most High, heir of both Worlds, Queller of Satan!
Executive producer Jessica Queller explains that Nia's gender identity is connected to "why and how she's inherited these powers." And, as Kara had to do in the first season, Nia will have to figure out how to come to terms with and harness her power-an experience not unlike the navigation transgender folks often face when transitioning.
(27.) Fridberg DJ, Queller S, Ahn WY, Kim W, Bishara AJ, Busemeyer JR, Porrino L, Stout JC.
Relatedness of all individuals and within all subpopulations was calculated using the software Kingroup (Goodnight & Queller 1999) which calculates the mean relatedness (R) based on the maximum likelihood approach.
This dogged, determined and brave reporter will make for a strong partner to Superman and amazing addition to our universe of DC characters," Supergirl executive producers Jessica Queller and Robert Rovner said in a statement carried by Entertainment Weekly.
It's an homage to that," added Rovner's fellow exec producer Jessica Queller.
Mean genetic relatedness within multiple queen nests was estimated from the genotypes of 20 workers by using the Relatedness software program by Goodnight & Queller (1996).
Similarly, Heinrich Zwi Queller, a young Viennese man who emigrated in 1939 to Palestine after having watched his mother, along with other Viennese Jews, being forced to scrub the streets of Vienna clean of political slogans during the infamous "Reibpartie" directly after the Anschluss in March 1938, viewed himself as a patriot and loyal citizen until he was rendered a stranger and outcast.
For more specific stories blending god and demon in exorcistic contexts, see the tales of Zhongkui and the "Three Audiences." On Zhongkui, see Steven Little, "The Demon Queller and the Art of Qiu Ying," Artibus Asie 46.1-2 (1985): 5- 128.