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Thanks to an enjoyably powerful arsenal and remarkably thorough destructibility, tearing your way through this alienannihilating adventure is a blast.
d (1936) in refusing to adopt the doctrine of destructibility of contingent remainders in New Mexico).
Indeed, it points to the dream's thought-content as having to do not--or not just--with the destructibility of the dreamer as a person, but with his mortality as a poet.
Euripides' eidolon, in its patent falsity and destructibility, implies the fictionality of the Greek perception of Helen.
One of the top features in this game is the environmental destructibility.
These products offer excellent destructibility and tamper evidence on a broad range of substrates.
Doctrine of Worthier Title, and the Destructibility of Contingent
Although the original basis for the rule of early vesting is obscure,49 the desire to avoid the now-defunct rule of destructibility of contingent remainders(50) certainly played a large part,(51) as did the once overly harsh but now widely liberalized rule against perpetuities.
These maps have now been updated with the DICE Frostbite[TM] engine, providing destructibility to the Battlefield and leaving players with almost nowhere to hide.
Polyart Synthetic Papers, which is manufactured by Arjobex America, has developed a new material combining the properties of its proprietary expanded HDPE (high density polyethylene) films and ultra destructibility by delamination.
The total destructibility afforded by the Frostbite engine ups the ante and leaves players with nowhere to hide.