Guns and antigravity devices, primarily. Shadow Stalker is more ambiguous. Breaker 3, sublabels are Stranger 2, Mover 1. Apparent crimes include assault and murder. Stranger takes the form of a living being of condensation, drawing all available, airborne or liquid moisture to him and reshaping himself as he wills. Solidity so to speak; he varies between mist and a gel-like liquid form varies from moment to moment. He can turn into a localized telekinetic storm.
I thought. Wanton was a breaker, someone who altered themselves or their relation to the world by some characteristic of his power, becoming a shaker effect, a telekinetic storm. Golem, no doubt a shaker. Categories :. Cancel Save. The team is notified of a Stranger classification. Constant communication between every team member and a relay in the operations room is implemented, complete with personal passwords.
Cannot be deliberately harmed by anyone. Stranger . Prohibits others from looking, touching, or aiming at them. Has access to an extra-dimensional storage space. Made of air, invisible and Stranger completely incorporeal. Stranger . Blurs others' perceptions around herself, causing them to lose coordination and make mistakes.
Changer 8  Shaker, Stranger possibly Breaker . Transforms into mist with varying solidity, with the ability to erode living matter. Unable to affect the world long-term, or be affected long-term. Mover, Thinker, Stranger .
Secondary powers of sound detection and sound manipulation. Can induce hallucinations in and perceive through those who are exposed to her. Stranger . Invisible, inaudible and emits a colorless, odorless, poison gas. Breaker 9, possibly Stranger 3  . Can transform into an inhuman creature with enhanced speed and strength and a nigh-invincible exterior, but only when unobserved by conventional sight.
Has a mirror-self that travels in a parallel dimension yet retains the ability to perceive and act upon this one. Stranger 4, Master 7 . Can twist people into monstrous shapes. Dealing enough damage will break the effect, and return the victims to human form, unharmed. Breaker 3 Stranger 2, Mover 1 . Can Stranger semi-gaseous and transparent, allowing her to pass through solid surfaces.
Takes the form of a living being of condensation, drawing all available, airborne or liquid moisture to him and reshaping himself as he wills. Transforms into a localized telekinetic storm. Add stranger to one of your lists below, or create a new one. Beating up, ganging up on and putting someone down: phrasal verbs for bad behaviour 2. Definitions Clear explanations of natural written and spoken English. Click on the arrows to change the translation direction. Follow us.
Choose a dictionary. Clear explanations of natural written and spoken English. Word Lists. Choose your language. My word lists. Tell us about this example sentence:. The word in the example sentence does not match the entry word. The sentence contains offensive content. Cancel Submit. Your feedback will be reviewed. B1 someone you do not know :. My mother always warned me not to talk to strangers.
It is the kind of information that people fall back on when they know little else about the other who is being observed. Infants will generally be receptive to strangers until after they achieve object permanence and begin forming attachments. Thereafter stranger anxiety typically emerges, and young children will normally exhibit signs of distress when presented with unfamiliar individuals, and will tend to prefer those with whom they are familiar rather than strangers.
According to one review, the reaction to strangers may differ somewhat according to gender. While there were no gender differences observed at three months of age, girls appeared to exhibit stranger fear at an earlier average age than boys, at about eight to nines months old, although boys quickly caught up, and examinations of nine to 17 months old recorded no differences.
However, this preference may reverse in situations which include fear-producing stimuli. The severity of stranger anxiety may be affected by individual temperament, capacity for self-regulation, and caregiver anxiety. For older children, instruction is often provided in schools and homes on so called "stranger danger". This often stems from public fears regarding stranger offenders, individuals who may approach children in public places with the intention of abduction or abusepossibly due in part to their perception of children as vulnerable targets.
We need to teach our kids things are actually going to help them if they are in trouble. We need to help children practice refusal skills, disengagement skills and how to summon help. In their review of the sociological literature, Semin and Fiedler concluded that the perception of strangers tends to be based primarily on group membership, and their identity as a member of an out-groupbecause a stranger is, by definition, not known individually. This may magnify the perceived motives or intentions of the stranger, but may also vary greatly according to the circumstances and the environment.
Laboratory evidence has indicated that individuals are likely to behave less modestly when meeting face-to-face with strangers, when no friends or acquaintances Stranger present. As explained by Joinson and colleagues, "they tend to present more of their ideal self-qualities to strangers than they do to friends. In willingness to disclose information, researchers have identified what has been dubbed the stranger-on-the-train phenomenonwherein individuals are inclined to share a great deal of personal information with anonymous individuals, Stranger.
This may be influenced by the temporary nature of their relationship, and the knowledge that the stranger themselves have no access to an individuals wider social circle. The conversation, like many others I had with people on trains derived an easy candour from the shared journey, the comfort of the dining care, and the certain knowledge that neither of us would see each other again.
This may be helpful in eliciting self-disclosure in the context of therapy or counseling, and can encourage openness and honesty. The New Testament Greek translation of "stranger" is xenoswhich is the root word of the English xenophobiameaning fear of strangers and foreigners alike.
In the King James Version of the Old TestamentExodus states: "Also thou shalt not oppress a stranger: for ye know the heart of a stranger, seeing ye were strangers in the land of Egypt". Some other translations use "foreigner" instead of "stranger".
There is a concept in sociological literature of the "professional stranger", the person who intentionally maintains an intellectual distance from the community in order to observe and understand it.
The examination of different theories of the stranger has underscored that certain types of strangers develop special powers of observation due to their spatial and social position. Theories of the stranger have alluded to in-between strangers such as ambivalent people, the genius, the marginal man and the cosmopolitan, who develop a type of hybrid knowledge or hybrid consciousness that challenges conventional knowledge These in-between strangers, however, are not always associated with the stranger as Other or foreigner.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Stranger disambiguation and Strangers disambiguation. Main articles: Familiar stranger and Consequential strangers. Play media. Main article: Stranger anxiety. Main article: Stranger danger. Psychology portal Society portal. Rumford writes, "It is difficult to find a contemporary account of the stranger which does not orient itself in relation to Bauman's work. Collins English Dictionary. Retrieved 29 October Oxford English Dictionary.
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