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modder

(ˈmɒdə)
n
a person who modifies a piece of hardware or software
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Cooke, of the Royal Artillery, who died at the Modder River, South Africa, on February 18, 1900, during the conflict.
At first, the modder was excited to see how Nakano looked like because of her "cute voice." After seeing her, however, "I was in despair when I met Kasumi," the modder said.
Midshipman Thomas Livesey-Wardle's rare Conspicuous Service Cross, above, to be sold with his Queen's South Africa 1899-1902 medal with clasps for battles at Belmont, Modder River, Paardeberg, Driefontein and Diamond Hill.
Service centre manager in Liverpool, Alex Modder, said: "The Countess' patronage is invaluable to us as an organisation.
The Minister of Mineral Resources, Mr Gwede Mantashe commends the successful rescue operation which took place in the early hours of this morning at the Gold Ones Modder East operations, following a fire which broke out underground.
Game modder and ModDB user jamesdickinson963 shared his discovery in a Nov.
The dose of [E.sub.2] was selected to produce in vivo concentrations that model serum concentrations of [E.sub.2] during the estrous cycle and a robust uterotrophic response (Modder et al.
The British field force had caught General Piet Cronje's army of 5,000 on the Modder River.
A genuine impressive unit needs to be enhanced both outside and inside, and Apacer PANTHER series is the most widely chosen DDR4 and SSD by modder circles and gaming enthusiasts across the world.
Alex Modder children's services manager at the NSPCC Hargreaves Centre in Liverpool (far right) plus staff, volunteers and young Evertonian fans receive WRF cheque.
Thanks to modder Erxv, the mod adds a prologue to the Witcher 3 which gives players an idea of what happens in the first Witcher game.
(37.) Scherer A, Niehues T, Engelbrecht V, Modder U.