Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of manipulator.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The report gave short term manipulators a chance to take advantage of a fragile stock.

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

  • ROVs designed for intervention are like skilled laborers who never tire, with hydraulic arms called manipulators and other interchangable tooling (saws, cutters, and other specialized equipment) that can be swapped to make them better suited to any given task.

    Our Eyes Underwater

  • These are called manipulators, it's OK, I'll get through it, it's OK, I'll get through it.

    CNN Transcript Oct 18, 2009

  • These are called manipulators, it's OK, I'll get through it, it's OK, I'll get through it.

    CNN Transcript Oct 17, 2009

  • These are called manipulators, it's OK, I'll get through it, it's OK, I'll get through it.

    CNN Transcript Oct 17, 2009

  • That speculation is based upon wishful thinking, that these so-called manipulators will somehow be brought under control to alleviate this nightmare so we can once again just return to our wasteful habits in the reckless and selfish use of this precious, non-renewable source of energy.

    Peak Oil and the New Administration

  • Unfortunately they are too often controlled and swayed by stupid emotive keywords like the “Aussie battler” or “family values” or other simple phrase manipulators, known to have specific effect on the ignorant and easily prejudiced.

    The History of Blogging | ultraorange.net

  • On closer inspection the manipulators were a veritable hardware store of capabilities-there were pincers, probes, rasps, and even something that resembled a drill.

    Rama Revisited

  • Because semantics dealt with spoken and written words as a determining aspect of human behavior it was at first mistakenly thought by many to be concerned only with words and of interest only to professional word manipulators, such as advertising copy writers and professors of etymology.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • Students learned how to use metal claws, called manipulators, which aid scientists in conducting experiments safely within the laboratory.

    Lahontan Valley News - Top Stories

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