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- n. Plural form of simpler.
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Borrowing the name of Simpler's Joy from its European sister, the flower has also appropriated much of the tradition and folk-lore centred about that plant which herb-gatherers, or simplers, truly delighted to see, since none was once more salable.
Each generator consists of a group of 4 simplers running through a quad bandpass filter setup.
As nuigician primitively signified a wise man, so witch properly signified a skilful woman, and was applied to siniplers and midwives; bnt having become reproachful, by the pretensions of quacks in these professions, it stood, in the public usage, about the beginning of the fifteenth century, as equivalent to poisetier; while it also implied the magical skill and foreknowlege which simplers and midwives were then supposed to possess.