overturner

overturner

(ˌəʊvəˈtɜːnə)
n
a person who overturns
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innovator, that overturner of old systems and ideas, that enemy of sung monopolies," would serve this end.
As part of his newly acknowledged status as a signifier, Dunbar could now also be seen as a trickster According to Gavin Jones's study, Dunbar was "a wily manipulator of the conventions, a subtle overturner of racist stereotypes, a sensitive renderer of the multiple facets of Black consciousness at the turn of the twentieth century" (184).
In Altneuland, we are presented with the figure of the Jew as the harbinger of a cozy, liberal secularism, as the colonizer for progress, as the defuser of magic and the overturner of moribund traditions, and as the exponent of the sphere of circulation in the modern world capitalist system.
Equipment offered by Sealed Air includes case and tray erectors, case sealers, case packers, palletisers, case overturners and pallet stretchwrappers.