Reaper (disambiguation)

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A reaper is a farm tool or machine for harvesting grain. It comes from the word "reap", which means "to take". A Reaper-binder, is a later version of the original reaping machine that includes the binding operation.

Due to the association with the Grim Reaper, the reaper is a common symbol of death.

Reaper may also refer to:

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  • MQ-9 Reaper, a military unmanned aerial vehicle ('drone'), also called 'Predator B'
  • REAPER, digital audio workstation (DAW) software published by Cockos Inc., created by Justin Frankel, the creator of Winamp
  • Reaper, a program written to remove the Creeper virus, which propagated on the DARPANET
  • Reaper program, a special operating system process that terminates zombie processes

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