DEMON


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AcronymDefinition
DEMONDemodulated Noise
DEMONDesign Methods Based on Nets (computer science)
DEMONdetection of envelope modulation on noise
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This demon must be an honest fellow and a good Christian," said Sancho; "for if he wasn't he wouldn't swear by God and his conscience; I feel sure now there must be good souls even in hell itself.
said Bob Sawyer, still prompted by the demon aforesaid.
His sunken eyes glittered and his wrinkled lips moved over toothless gums as he mumbled weird incantations to the demons of his cult.
This medicine must be short medicine, however, for the creature, god or demon, was steadily closing up the distance which had separated them.
She needed comfort, and she knew but one comforter--the familiar demon in her bosom; but she hesitated a moment, after drawing out the black remnant, before she raised it to her lips.
We heard, from one who knew him well (what should be stated in all mention of his lamentable irregularities), that with a single glass of wine his whole nature was reversed, the demon became uppermost, and, though none of the usual signs of intoxication were visible, his will was palpably insane.
Then there rose suddenly above the fiendish cries of the dancing demons the awful challenge of the ape-man.
Then I perceived the snare of the demon, and I no longer doubted that you had come from hell and that you had come thence for my perdition.
he exclaimed; ``the demon marches against me under the banner of his own element Foul spirit, avoid
A demon addicted to the reprehensible habit of devouring
And as the prince sat dreaming in the Summer Garden under a lime-tree, a wicked demon had come and whispered in his car: "Rogojin has been spying upon you and watching you all the morning in a frenzy of desperation.
Scarcely waiting for their craft to touch, the creatures manning them leaped among the therns with the fury of demons.