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  • n. Plural form of resetter.

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  • For instance, his name is found on a list of proscribed rebels and resetters of rebels, appended to a royal proclamation of May 5th, 1684, which will naturally account for his

    Claverhouse

  • Parliament; and in the end told them, that the King had no design to ruin any of his subjects he could reclaim, nor I to enrich myself by their crimes; and therefore any who would resolve to conform, and live regularly, might expect favour; excepting only resetters and ringleaders.

    Claverhouse

  • There are various "chip resetters" on the market for people who don't have a Brother printer.

    Comments for Peter's Useful Crap

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  • The thing about CSS resetters is that they're designed for the whole page; they're there to provide a common base line across all browsers, overriding the browsers 'default styles and setting sensible defaults -

    BBC Blog Network

  • And 7% of uses were "serial resetters," clearing their cookie stores four or more times a month.

    yelvington.com

  • Believed to be because there are now reasonably priced chip resetters for the CLI-8 cartridges used in the ip4500.

    VideoHelp.com Forum

  • The replacement model uses different ink cartridges probably because someone came out with chip resetters for the ip4500's ink cartridges.

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  • That what he calls "spulies, depredations, and violences" were committed on Claverhouse's authority may be freely granted: they were precisely such as a strict obedience to the letter (and no less to the spirit) of his commission would have enjoined -- the levying of fines, the seizure of arms, horses, and other movable property from all suspected of any share in the rebellion who would not absolve themselves by taking the oath of abjuration, and from all resetters, or harbourers, of known rebels.

    Claverhouse

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