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  • noun Plural form of negator.


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  • All that had remained of K'rrik and his negators was the vacant gorge and a reek that cleared away once the last ember of the funeral pyre was out.

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  • Levi's awful depressions and resultant suicide were as a result of the minimisers and negators of the Holocaust (letters from Faurisson) who assaulted him when he had become to old to bounce back and counter the lies.

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  • Even then, a brace of negators burst through the door.

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  • "How many negators do you think we will see tonight?"

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  • In another time continuum, he claims, I was slain by Phyrexian negators, and the school was overrun.

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  • "In the past five years, we have repelled five Phyrexian incursions and slain over a thousand negators."

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  • In two years, this sixth batch of modified negators would be ready to emerge from their vats, full-formed, ready to scale the walls of the gorge and struggle through the vast rending curtain of time that surrounded them.

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  • It had been replaced in patient succession by grafts of flesh from each new generation of negators.

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