Sustainer

  • 1Sustainer —   [englisch, sʌs teɪnə; wörtlich »Stütze«], elektronisches Effektgerät, mit dem die Klangdauer eines Tones verlängert werden kann. Im Funktionsprinzip entspricht der Sustainer einem Kompressor. Oft findet man Sustainer als eingebauten Effekt in… …

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  • 2Sustainer — Sus*tain er, n. One who, or that which, sustains. Waterland. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 3sustainer — index abettor, backer, benefactor, mainstay, partisan Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 4sustainer — raketinis skriejimo variklis statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Pagrindinis raketinis variklis raketai (erdvėlaiviui) leisti, reikiamam skriejimo greičiui suteikti, skriejimui valdyti, stabdyti ir kt. atitikmenys: angl. sustainer rus. маршевый… …

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  • 5sustainer — sustain ► VERB 1) strengthen or support physically or mentally. 2) bear (the weight of an object). 3) suffer (something unpleasant). 4) keep (something) going over time or continuously. 5) confirm that (something) is just or valid. DERIVATIVES… …

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  • 6sustainer — noun see sustain I …

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  • 7sustainer — /seuh stay neuhr/, n. 1. a person or thing that sustains. 2. Rocketry. a. any stage of a multistage rocket or guided missile that sustains flight after the burnout of the booster. b. the rocket engine or cluster of engines contained in such a… …

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  • 8sustainer — noun One that sustains …

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  • 9sustainer — Synonyms and related words: Maecenas, abettor, admirer, advocate, aficionado, alpenstock, angel, apologist, arm, athletic supporter, back, backbone, backer, backing, bandeau, bearer, bra, brace, bracer, bracket, brassiere, broadcast, buff,… …

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  • 10sustainer — n. one who supports; one who provides food and necessities; one who upholds …

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  • 11sustainer — sus·tain·er …

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  • 12sustainer — /səˈsteɪnə/ (say suh staynuh) noun an engine that maintains the velocity of a rocket vehicle, once it has achieved its programmed velocity through the use of a booster engine …

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  • 13sustainer — noun someone who upholds or maintains firm upholders of tradition they are sustainers of the idea of democracy • Syn: ↑upholder, ↑maintainer • Derivationally related forms: ↑sustain, ↑maintain ( …

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  • 14Fernandes Sustainer — The Fernandes Sustainer is a device fitted to the electric guitar, usually in models produced by Fernandes Guitars, but it is also supplied as a kit for fitting to new or existing guitars.It works on a similar principle to that of Michael Brook s …

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  • 15God the Sustainer — is a theological term referring to the concept of a God who sustains and upholds everything in existence. It is used mostly in Christian and Islamic theology.It is held that as the creator who gives being and existence to his creatures which he… …

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  • 16principal sustainer — index mainstay Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 17SECO — Sustainer Engine Cutoff (Governmental » NASA) …

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  • 18Motor glider — DG 808B 18m self launching See also: glider (sailplane) A motor glider is a fixed wing aircraft that can be flown with or without engine power. The FAI Gliding Commission Sporting Code definition is: A fixed wing aerodyne equipped with a means of …

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  • 19SM-65 Atlas — Main article: Atlas (rocket family) B 65/SM 65/CGM 16/HGM 16 Atlas Launch of an SM 65A Atlas from LC 12, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, 20 February 1958 Type …

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  • 20Jaap Sahib — is the morning prayer of the Sikhs. The Prayer or Bani was composed by the tenth Sikh Master, Guru Gobind Singh. This Bani is one of 5 Banis that a Sikh must recite everyday and is recited by the Panj Pyare while preparing Amrit on the occasion… …

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