Demon Definition

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1. “ The EEOC has been very aggressive in trying to basically demonize the Kidmans for trying to maintain a good work environment for their employees ??? 1
2. 'This' and 'that' are demonstrative pronouns. 1
3. 'We have cardinals who don't believe in Christ, bishops connected with demons. Then we have these stories of pedophilia. 1
4. " elfland is fabulous " , " heaven 2 " , still have even in the have a taste of what is just in season on foreign server " demon animal world " etc. 1
5. " In addition, Horney "pathological need for love theory, " Sternberg "triangular theory of love, " etc. , are in the works of Eileen Chang has been demonstrated and validated. 1
6. " There you are — like a knife through butter,(This website/shovel.html)'said the demonstrator as the powered shovel swung back with its load. 1
7. " There you are — like a knife through butter,'said the demonstrator as the powered shovel swung back with its load. 1
8. "Inception" was an impressive demonstration of Christopher Nolan's command of time and space, but Scorsese's gothic nightmare was an altogether deeper and more troubling excavation of the repressed. 1
9. "It's a very rigorously done report and the first demonstration of this in someone with apparent total absence of a striate cortex, the visual processing region, " said Dr. 1
10. "It's demonic," said Donna Stitt, 37, a nursing aide from Barto, Pa., with four young children. "People are celebrating the dead. I'm not into that." 1
11. "Man I love Twitter ... I've always been at the mercy of the press but no more ... The media tried to demonize me, " he tweeted Saturday. 1
12. "POSIX file capabilities: Parceling the power of root" ( Resources) demonstrates these privileges. 1
13. "The world can be a dangerous place," says Caballero as he demonstrates his products - by shooting live bullets at his lawyer. 1
14. "This research demonstrates how dangerous it is to drive and text," TRL Senior Human Factors Researcher Nick Reed said in a statement. 1
15. "We don't want strife or demonstrations," one man called through a bullhorn. 1
16. 10,000 demonstrators defied the decree and gathered in the square. 1
17. 1780 to 1786 - Luigi Galvani demonstrated what we now understand to be the electrical basis of nerve impulses and provided the cornerstone of research for later inventors like Volta. 1
18. 17The seventy-two returned with joy and said, "Lord,(sentencedict .com) even the demons submit to us in your name." 1
19. 1894 - Thomas Edison demonstrates the kinetoscope, a device for peep-show viewing using photographs that flip in sequence, a precursor to movies. 1
20. 19Now if I drive out demons by Beelzebub, by whom do your followers drive them out? 1
21. 2000 demonstrators held a candlelit vigil outside the embassy. 1
22. 20But if I drive out demons by the finger of God, then the kingdom of God has come to you. 1
23. 30,000 angry farmers demonstrated against possible cuts in subsidies. 1
24. A : Blatty 's Oscar - award - winning screenplay was, in fact, based on a real - life case of demonic possession. 1
25. A 72-year-old man presented with a 10-year history of phimosis. Circumcision revealed a large, warty mass on his glans. Biopsy demonstrated condyloma acuminata. 1
26. A behavioral interview is an employment interview during which a job applicant is asked to demonstrate his or her knowledge, skills, and abilities, also known as competencies. 1
27. A bit later on, I saw you touring round with the army recruiting drive, giving demonstration bouts. 1
28. A blizzard kept demonstrators away, and a planned church vigil reportedly fizzled for lack of interest. 1
29. A bloody , demonical lust so unnatural you knew they were damned forever. 1
30. A BrdU - BSG method is described for demonstration of G - banding in fish chromosomes. 1




demons (plural noun)

  - an evil spirit or devil, especially one thought to possess a person or act as a tormentor in hell.

  - a forceful, fierce, or skillful performer of a specified activity.

  - another term for daemon.


demons (plural noun)

  - a police officer.


demons (plural noun)

  - variant spelling of daemon.


  - a background process that handles requests for services such as print spooling and file transfers, and is dormant when not required.


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