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- n. A person or device that makes a splice.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who splices; also, a tool used in splicing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a worker who splices ropes together by interweaving strands
- n. a mechanical device for joining two pieces of paper or film or magnetic tape
- n. a woodworker who joins pieces of wood with a splice
Sorry, no etymologies found.
This is due to the inherent repetitiveness of games: After you've fought your 200th "splicer" in BioShock , you're pretty accustomed to their gurgly ramblings, their patterns of attack, the boo-yah outta-nowhere teleportations.
Often it's the semilucid/semicrazy patter of the gibbering "splicer" humans, but either way, it makes you feel as nuts as they are.
There was only one "splicer" on board, a fine-looking old tar, who was in the bunt of the fore-topsail.
Martha Stewart shows how to make bird and cat masks, which, with a little tinkering, could easily become Bioshock splicer masks.
TrikYodz (UID#1103) on September 10th, 2009 at 12: 29 pm thats a really good splicer
My friend ran a booth at anime fest in Dallas, and her friend was making papercraft masks of the rabbit splicer.
But yeah, the splicer was hot, even with the crazy makeup.
I had a super8 camera with turreted lenses, old audio equipment, and a splicer.
We had digital audio recorders, so nothing like that big box on the table, but the bottom photo is just a film splicer.
Judging from the splicer he is using it looks like it is a 16mm. jamisings
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