disabler

disabler

(dɪsˈeɪblə)
n
a device or person that disables something
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Any polyurethane product is flammable and will emit hydrogen cyanide when burning -- a quick disabler and killer.
Apple would need to replace the physical cameras to implement Infrared Disabler technology.
He added that while everyone has the IDO gene, it's the cancer cells in this scenario that activate the disabler of the immune response that is also used by the fetus and solid tumours.
Their a disabler, enabler, a Dr Tony Lloyd, executive of Foundation "I want Liverpool to truly be an ADHD and autism-friendly city.
David Silva, for 20 minutes shining like only he does, had to limp off, pointing a rightly accusing finger at his disabler, Gabriel.
You haveNukers, Disabler, Jungler, Durable, Escape, Pusher, Initiator, Carry, and Support.
It is clear throughout all of it, the reference to Nothingness as a disabler of all certainty, as propitiator of everything we see and don't see.
The issue of truly "strategic" cyber war apart from kinetic attacks poses a less imminent concern than does cyber as an enabler (or disabler) of success in conventional war or nuclear deterrence.
(3.) WHO, Schizophrenia,; Youth's Greatest Disabler Schizophrenia Society of Canada, June 2001.
I'm currently stripping the microwave to create a drone disabler ray to ensure I get my share of passing Amazon goodies!
People just need to know the simple steps they can take to reduce their personal risk for stroke and avoid this horrendous disabler,” Dykema said.
However, owners of iDevices can download a custom disabler via WCCFTech.