from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person who patches something.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who patches or botches.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who patches or mends.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I hit the forums, the knowledge base, etc. and I can find no reasonable reason why it would do this other than that the patcher is the suxxor.
You can use tona's CIOS patcher as well. mzs ndrake
Good thing the dog woke me up ... there's an asphalt patcher outside on the street sounding like a 747 on take-off.
During the night I installed Age of Conan, and when I left for work this morning, I had turned on the WoW patcher.
Initially I was a patcher – someone who could replace missing slates and rotting rafters.
A screenshot of my Max/MSP patcher - a visual programming environment made for digital signal processing, and my first musical love.
Although I wasn't super great at making cool stuff with it, I understood the underlying principle of the visual patcher environment as a programming language and that gave me a huge advantage over just about everyone else in the class.
For whatever reason, this last patch, combined with whatever other factors at play on my various systems that play wow, the patcher quit working.
The plants belong to the landowner (the public), just as the fixture belongs to the landlord, not the p-patcher or the lessor.
An addendum: if a p-patcher holds a legitimate lease, the terms of the lease can state that plants grown on the land belong to the tenant.