Definitions for "Reaper"
Keywords:  scythe, crop, cormick, swather, cyrus
A reaping machine.
someone who helps to gather the harvest
Death personified as an old man or a skeleton with a scythe
Reaper, real name Pantu Hurageb, is a fictional character in Marvel Comics' X-Force comics series. He is a mutant, and has been a villain in the Marvel Universe, but a hero in the Ultraverse.
Reaper is a fictional comic book supervillain and adversary of Batman. Created by writer Mike W. Barr, and designed by artist Alan Davis, the Reaper first appeared in Detective Comics #575 (June 1987), the first part of the four-part storyline.
Keywords:  mezrich, telecon, spree, afk, duels
A player character that spends most of their time killing players with no regard to duels in-progress, afk status, or those not interested in fighting (ie. traders/miners)
Reaper is a novel and was written by Ben Mezrich in 1998, his second novel. It deals with a "computer virus" that is hidden inside of the Telecon corporation's systems. The virus begins to go on a mad killing spree by wiping out people at their computer screens.
An OpenGL based 3D-game, emphasizing stunning graphics and interesting algorithms. Similiar to Rogue Squadron.
Reaper is a graphics-intensive 3D-game where you fly a spaceship over a planet completing combat missions.
REAPER (Rapid Environment for Audio Prototyping and Efficient Recording) is a Digital Audio Workstation created by Cockos. It is distributed as uncrippled, unexpiring shareware.
"Reaper" is the 17th episode of the first season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Cameron Litvack. It originally aired on April 23, 2002.
Reaper is a restored historic Fifie herring drifter which is registered by the National Historic Ships Committee as part of the Core Collection of historic vessels in the UK, and currently operates as a museum ship.
Keywords:  utah, hacks, sure, choice, server
(n) - The hacks of choice as of May 2005 "Make sure reaper is on before we go into that Utah server"
a daemon or a kernel functionality that reaches out and terminates processes, according to some criteria, to free up memory
Keywords:  aliens, confused, doctor, name
Not to be confused with the Doctor Who aliens with the same name.
Keywords:  corn, cuts, person
a person who cuts corn
Keywords:  one
One who reaps.