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- n. Alternative form of detector.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, detects or brings to light; one who finds out what another attempts to conceal; a detector.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See detector.
If she is anything like her father we need to get the lie detecter machine out!!!!!!!!!!
I say from now on, hook up all politicans to a lie detecter and a shock collar, then we will know who telling the truth.
People know Obama's bullshit detecter is keen and if they've got a swagger of bullshit it starts to stink.
She has to go through the metal detecter just like everyone else, everytime.
But then he called - what we call lawyered up so he has not taken a lie detecter test and basically he ` s not talking to the police much anymore.
Damn it, I just got this irony detecter calibrated!
Whether safety lamps or candles are used, it is thought the use of the detecter will afford such a ready means of testing that more examinations will be made before firing a shot, thereby insuring greater safety.
The object of the present paper is to show that with the assistance of the fire-damp detecter, the tin shield, or any other description of lamp, is made as sensitive as the Davy, while its other advantages of resisting velocity, etc., are not in any way interfered with.
Out of twenty-eight tests in a mine working a long-wall face the Davy showed gas only eleven times, while the detecter showed it in every case.
The detecter tube, although protected by two thicknesses of gauze, admits of this being done by the use of a special form of valve turned by the mouthpiece of the detecter.
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