DevIL

Developer`s Image Library or DevIL (originally called OpenIL; the name was changed at a request from Silicon Graphics, Inc.), started by Denton Woods, is a cross-platform image library which aims to provide a common API for different image file formats. It consists of three parts: the main library (IL), the utility library (ILU) and the utility t....
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Devil

The Devil (from Greek: διάβολος or diábolos = slanderer or accuser) is believed in many religions, myths and cultures to be a supernatural entity that is the personification of evil and the enemy of God and humankind. The nature of the role varies greatly, ranging from being an effective opposite force to the creator god, locked in an eon...
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devil

(from Greek diabolos, `slanderer,` or `accuser`), the spirit or power of evil. Though sometimes used for minor demonic spirits, the word devil ... [15 related articles]
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devil

[n] - one of the evil spirits of traditional Jewish and Christian belief 2. [n] - a word used in exclamations of confusion 3. [v] - coat or stuff with a spicy paste
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Devil

• (v. t.) To make like a devil; to invest with the character of a devil. • (v. t.) To grill with Cayenne pepper; to season highly in cooking, as with pepper. • (n.) An evil spirit; a demon. • (n.) A machine for tearing or cutting rags, cotton, etc. • (n.) The Evil One; Satan, represented as the tempter and spiritual of mank...
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devil

deuce noun a word used in exclamations of confusion; `what the devil`; `the deuce with it`; `the dickens you say`
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Devil

[Dungeons & Dragons] In the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game, devils are a powerful group of monsters used as a high-level challenge for players of the game. Devils are Lawful Evil in alignment and originate from the Nine Hells of Baator. True to their Lawful Evil alignment, devils are locked in a strict and brutal hierarchy (changing fo...
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Devil

[Islam] In Islam, the Devil is known as Iblīs (إبليس, plural: ابالسة abālisah) or Shayṭān (شيطان, plural: شياطين shayāṭīn), born under the name Azazel. In Islam, Iblis is a jinni who refused to bow to Adam. The primary characteristic of the Devil, besides hubris, is that he has no power other than the power to...
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Devil

[Stereophonics song] `Devil` is the third single from the Stereophonics album Language. Sex. Violence. Other?. The song is the 4th track on the album. `Brother` fades into this song. The music video for this song shows Kelly Jones in an apartment, tied to a chair. A woman arrives and appears to be the kidnapper. Soon after, he is taken outs...
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Devil

Between the devil and the deep blue sea. A naval term. Common metaphorical expression meaning 'in a quandary'. In a wooden ship, the 'devil' is the top plank or strake immediately below the sheer strake, and a person working over the ship's side below this plank was working in a very uncertain position.
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Devil

Dev'il noun [ Anglo-Saxon deófol , deóful ; akin to German ...eufel , Goth. diabaúlus ; all from Latin diabolus the devil, Greek ... the devil, the slanderer, from ... to slander, calumniate, orig., to throw across; ... across + ... to throw, let fall, fall; confer...
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Devil

Dev'il transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Deviled or Devilled ; present participle & verbal noun Deviling or Devilling .] 1. To make like a devil; to invest with the character of a devil. 2. To ...
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devil

1. The Evil One; Satan, represented as the tempter and spiritual of mankind. '[Jesus] being forty days tempted of the devil.' (Luke iv. 2) 'That old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world.' (Rev. Xii. 9) ... 2. An evil spirit; a demon. 'A dumb man possessed with a devil.' (Matt. Ix. 32) ... 3. A very wicked person; he...
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Devil

A devil is a machine or mechanical contrivance with teeth or spikes that have a tearing action on fibres, such as wool or cotton, rags, etc.
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Devil

A machine for loosening the raw fibres.
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devil

devil: see Satan; demon; exorcism.
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devil

In Jewish, Christian, and Muslim theology, the supreme spirit of evil (Beelzebub, Lucifer, Iblis), or an evil spirit generally. The Devil, or Satan, is mentioned only in the more recently written...
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devil

In Jewish, Christian, and Muslim theology, the supreme spirit of evil (Beelzebub, Lucifer, Iblis), or an evil spirit generally. The Devil, or Satan, is mentioned only in the more recently written books of the Old Testament, but the later Jewish doctrine is that found in the New Testament. The concept of the Devil passed into the early Christian chu...
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Devil

In theology, a devil (from the Greek, diabolos, a slanderer or accuser), is an evil spirit or being; specifically the evil one, represented in Scripture as the traducer, father of lies, etc. Most of the old religions of the East acknowledge a host of devils. The doctrine of Zoroaster, who adopted an evil principle called Ahriman, opposed to the goo...
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Devil

Machine used in the cotton-waste industry. Fitted with teeth in a revolving cylinder, it was designed to rip apart starched, hardened cop bottoms as a first step in the recovery of waste thread.
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Devil

Some Christians believe that the devil is an actual being. Others that 'he' just represents all things that are evil.
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Devil

The triple-6, so called due to '666', and the fact that it is often hit in error when going for triple-13 or triple-10.
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Devil

To add hot or spicy ingredients such as cayenne pepper, mustard or Tabasco sauce to a food. Sauce Diable is a classic French sauce made with demi-glace and Dijon mustard.
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