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- n. Plural form of throttler.
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But there are also conservatives, pedophiles, bribe-takers, liars and mistress-throttlers ... in other words, they are a perfectly representative cross-section of Republican legislators.
It is so absurd, my dear Warden, to think that your rat throttlers of guards can shake out of my brain the things that are clear and definite in my brain.
For their argot see the R [= a] maseeana.] [Footnote 55: Thugs (defined as 'knaves' by Sherwood, more probably 'throttlers') must be distinguished from Decoits.
It is this mechanism that is being exploited by the Deep Packet Inspection throttlers at major ISP's such as Bell Canada.
"It is so absurd, my dear Warden, to think that your rat-throttlers of guards can shake out of my brain the things that are clear and definite in my brain.
Many safety systems - airbags, speed throttlers, electronic stability control - are powered by software as well. "