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repeller

an obstetrical instrument used in large animal obstetrics to repel a fetus during correction of a dystocia, e.g. kühn's crutch. See also repulsion (3).
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and there exist an attractor critical point if [lambda] < 0 and a repeller if [lambda] > 0.
As we will discuss, structurally a saddle-node bifurcation can be thought of as a special case of the basin boundary collision, in that the repeller, which marks the boundary of the two basins, collides with the upper attractor, which is its own attractor boundary (since it is a single point).
This, in turn, allowed them to gather the first real evidence of the existence of the Dipole Repeller, which sits in the same axis as the Shapley Concentration.
The Sonic Cat Repeller uses a Passive Infra Red detection system which constantly monitors a fan shaped area up to a distance of 12 metres.
Could Yosef be considered a Man Repeller even though he's a man?
This latest plug-in 4-in-1 Pest Repeller uses the very latest sonic technology to drive a wide variety of pests out of your home.
In addition, the company is debuting a Waterless Bath Pet Brush & Flea Repeller.
Pesky mosquitoes are the target of the clip-on Electronic Mosquito Repeller, which reportedly keeps bugs at bay with sonic waves instead of sprays, creams or nasty-smelling candles.
Repulsion of hind limb by kuhn's crutch repeller was performed.
Examples include Bag Snob, Bryanboy, Elle & Blair, Garance Dore, Gary Pepper Girl, Man Repeller, Michelle Phan, and the Sartorialist.
I did the opposite of what all the other girls were doing, and I turned myself into a real man repeller.