from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who or that which populates or peoples.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who populates.

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  • noun One who, or that which, populates.


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populate +‎ -or


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  • This cat is, I believe Smilodon populator, the medium-sized variety that was found in North America, and in a well-fed state he would have gone about 620 pounds.

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  • The summer period of Saint Peter's fair was the chief populator of the cells, since it could be relied upon to provide two happy drunken servants or lay brothers nightly, who slept off their excesses and accepted their modest fines and penances without rancour, thinking the game well worth the candle.

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  • Can i get the dynamic populator to populate something more organized like a table that i can label colmns in?

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  • Among extant species, the polar bear is the largest carnivore with the largest recorded individual weighing 1,002 kg However, at least four carnivore species with a very large average body mass are known to occur in the fossil record: the short-faced bear Arctodus simus, estimated at 800–1,000 kg; the North American lion Panthera atrox and the South American sabercat Smilodon populator both around 500 kg; and Megistotherium osteothlastes (880 kg) While there is conflicting evidence about whether some of these species were pure carnivores (e.g., short-faced bear), ancient bears had morphological similarities to the carnivorous polar bear.

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  • nulla super Stygias umbra renauit aquas. contigit hoc etiam Thetidi: populator Achilles

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