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  • noun Plural form of elaborator.


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  • Indeed, Sid was one of the chief elaborators and promoters of Hillary's "right-wing conspiracy" view of the political media.

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  • The primary producers and elaborators of material, our agriculturalists, engineers, chemists, transport men and industrial directors, also do their work because they like doing it.

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  • For nine hundred years the Greeks were the principal representatives, protectors, elaborators and explorers of

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  • Code, but it had fallen completely into disuse, and seems to have been overlooked by the elaborators of the new system.


  • All that the elaborators of the project said about developing old institutions was mere talk.


  • The soil on which the city of Berlin stands, contains, at the depth of ten or fifteen feet below the surface, living elaborators of silex [108]; and a microscopic examination of a handful of earth connected with the material evidences of guilt has enabled the naturalist to point out the very spot where a crime was committed.

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  • The conclusion is that poets cannot be classified according to their methods of work, but only in relation to the result of those methods, and that our two great elaborators, Byron and Rossetti, may still be more unlike each other in essentials than are any other two nineteenth-century poets.

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  • We still proudly claim ourselves mere elaborators of his insights.


  • This is followed by elaborators describing the condition of the fault.

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  • Verific's software consists of Verilog, SystemVerilog and VHDL parsers, analyzers and elaborators, and a netlist oriented database.



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