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- n. One who throttles.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, throttles, or chokes.
- n. See Flasher, 3 (b).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which throttles or chokes.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who kills by strangling
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Tomorrow, however, is a new day — a day that will see a milquetoast reckoning for bandwidth throttler-in-chief Comcast.
It could serve as a thermal loincloth, a salmon net and Polar bear throttler.
I yelled -- not at all clever, as it turned out, because Mustafa's throttler, alias John Smith, turned his weapon in my direction.
Here the distinguishing mark from which the serpent was named was his throttling, and _ahi_ meant serpent, as expressing the general idea of throttler.
One naturally feels a certain degree of awkwardness in attempting to make conversation to a man, whom only five minutes before one has nearly succeeded in strangling, however thoroughly the discipline may have been deserved -- and yet silence is worse; at least I found it so; and ~461~~ after clearing my throat once or twice, as if I had been the person half-throttled rather than the throttler, I began: --
Real Madrid picked up their three points, with small club throttler Cristiano Ronaldo spearheading a 3-0 win over Xerez.
Circuit Court of Appeals declared bogus the agency's attempt to punish P2P-throttler Comcast based on Title I "ancillary authority."
The Utility installed a throttler on his house that prevented only small amounts of Electricity to be used.
At first, I had the time to release (manually) custom-patched throttler apps for people requesting them in e-mails.
By default we ship with a ThrottlingInflightRoutePolicy which is a dynamic throttler based on the current number of inflight exchanges.