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144) The doctrine of destructibility of contingent remainders, a sixteenth century creation of English common law, destroyed contingent remainders if they did not vest by the time the preceding life estate ended.
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.
The total destructibility afforded by the Frostbite engine ups the ante and leaves players with nowhere to hide.
0 Engine[TM], Company of Heroes 2 brings tactical strategy to life like never before, thanks to the realistic ColdTech[TM] weather system, the revolutionary dynamic line of sight system, TrueSight[TM] and realistic destructibility.
We might call Berger's and Agamben's anthropomorphism melancholic in the sense that, spying only the destructible within the human, they project human destructibility on the non-human animal.
SafeTE C1S tamper evident paper, specifically, was designed to provide a high level of destructibility when paired with an aggressive adhesive, but still offer the strength properties needed for good on-press performance.