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  • n. Plural form of elicitor.


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  • We focus on disgust because it is the least intuitive form of emotional selection and its elicitors have been precisely described.

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  • _Promoters_ help you to float heavy, stupid men, and save you from a complete wreck on the shores of stupidity; and they act as most excellent elicitors when applied to clever men -- draw out the very best in them.

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  • This general finding has been replicated by other psychologists using a variety of disgust elicitors and moral behaviors.

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  • Plants, animal products, drugs, cosmetics, industrial agents are also elicitors of immunologic contact urticaria

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