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earplug

[′ir‚pləg]
(engineering)
A device made of a pliable substance which fits into the ear opening; used to protect the ear from excessive noise or from water.
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Hazard: Battery acid can leak from ear plug jewelry's battery, posing a burn hazard to consumers.
HOW TO CLAIM: Cut out this voucher and send it along with your name, address and telephone number to: Sunday People Free Ear Plugs Offer, Marketing 21st floor, 1 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5AP.
And those who buy their tickets before April will be given free ear plugs.
Double Lazy Camper set, including a two-person tent, sleeping bags, raincoats, foldable stools, neck pillows, head torches, mugs, ear plugs and toilet roll.
Developed to complement Needlers' existing range of disposable ear plugs, the company's new Reldeen reusable ear plugs are around 20% cheaper than branded alternatives and, as they can be reused for at least a week, compared to just one day for disposable ones, will save businesses approximately 40%.
1911, I can buy two made in USA Ruger P345 pistols, simple Kydex belt gear for both, 100 rounds of the defensive ammunition I intend to carry and 100 rounds of the cheap discount ammunition I will use for practice and club practical competition, plus ear plugs and enough range time for sighting in.
As soon as the jet was up and running, I realized the ear plugs were not going to work for me.
But giving people ear plugs and eye masks mean they enjoy better sleep and are less likely to wake in the night, a study showed.
Ear plugs are the most popular mainly because they are inexpensive and many shooters find them to be more comfortable to wear than muffs (especially during hot weather).
I think I may have written some unkind things about Confront and, while I applaud his recent improvement, there is a strong suggestion that the application of ear plugs is the main reason.
Take my advice, invest in a good pair of ear plugs.
Gary, dressed in black shirt and trousers with a bright pinstripe jacket, having taken his free VIP ear plugs, looked as if he was attending a jazz club rather than a concert by the grandfathers of Heavy Metal.