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  • noun Plural form of releaser.


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  • Obviously, he was referring to clothing in terms of bedroom activities, but many of the male 'releasers' (things that turn them on) remain the same whatever the venue, whoever the woman.

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  • The final feature of modular systems on Fodor's roster is innateness, understood as the property of “develop [ing] according to specific, endogenously determined patterns under the impact of environmental releasers” (Fodor, 1983, p. 100).

    Modularity of Mind

  • It is always good to have an arsenal of joy releasers at the ready when you get stuck trying to wrestle the sock drawer into making some sort of sense again.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • One cannot armwave about the effects of vegetation, clearing, regrowth etc as carbon sinks and releasers on a global scale.

    Unthreaded #17 « Climate Audit

  • For those people who are allergic to formaldehyde releasers, she suggests using products containing a third class of preservative, sodium benzoate.

    Personal Care Controversy

  • One reason manufacturers tend to use parabins is that a small minority of consumers develop allergies to a competing class of preservatives, formaldehyde releasers.

    Personal Care Controversy

  • For that reason, Donofrio advises that anyone not allergic to formaldehyde releasers shy away from products containing parabins, which are usually noted on label ingredient lists as either methyl parabin or propyl parabin.

    Personal Care Controversy

  • A high-tension type, Tosen reflected — and clearly that way as a matter of genetics, because psych-releasers made doubly sure, when treating government officials, that every possible source of unsanity was fully lifted.


  • We need the cheerful noises of the world, we need as releasers of our energies the sights, sounds, smells of the earth; we must have the voices and the presence of our fellows, not for education, but for the maintenance of interest in living.

    The Nervous Housewife

  • His releasers had given him sparingly of food; but the chief sustenance that nerved his feeble limbs was revenge!

    Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern — Volume 6


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