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Definition of Annihilative

Annihilative
Annihilative An*ni"hi*la*tive, a. Serving to annihilate; destructive.

Meaning of Annihilative from wikipedia

- In particle physics, annihilation is the process that occurs when a subatomic particle collides with its respective antiparticle to produce other particles...
- Annihilator(s) may refer to: Annihilator (ring theory) The annihilator of a subset of a vector subspace Annihilator method, a type of differential operator...
- Annihilation is a 2018 science fiction horror film written and directed by Alex Garland, based on the novel of the same name by Jeff VanderMeer. It stars...
- "Annihilation" is a 2006 crossover storyline published by Marvel Comics, highlighting several outer space-related characters in the Marvel Universe. The...
- Infant Annihilator are an English/American deathcore band based in Hull, East Yorkshire. The band was formed in 2012 by drummer Aaron Kitcher and guitarist...
- Annihilation of Caste is an undelivered speech written in 1936 by B. R. Ambedkar who fought against the country's practice of untouchability. It was later...
- Annihilation, in physics, is an effect that occurs when a particle collides with an antiparticle. Annihilation may also refer to: Annihilation (comics)...
- Total Annihilation is a real-time strategy video game created by Cavedog Entertainment, a sub-division of Humongous Entertainment, and released on September...
- Annihilator is a Canadian thrash metal band founded in 1984 by guitarist Jeff Waters and vocalist John Bates. They are the highest-selling heavy metal...
- and annihilate. Most commonly, this refers to 511-keV gamma rays produced by a normal (negative) electron colliding with a positron. Annihilation radiation...
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