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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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Good quality earplugs won't affect the quality of the music - but they will help protect your ears.
It means the skirl of the pipes will become outlawed, unless the pipers and people in the vicinity are equipped with protective earplugs.
Maybe if they played with earplugs in, we could see some different decisions
A simple visit to the drugstore for water, candy, earplugs and nasal spray just may do the trick to keep the pressure away.
He said: "Although I didn't wear earplugs at Ally Pally, I wish I had done - so when I drew Mensur Suljovic (Austria's No.
As such, The DUBS products are tuned, sleek and stylish unlike most earplugs that are straightforward foam inserts, available at drug stores and in airports.
The heritage amenity kits in transcontinental First Class contain the fabric lining, socks and eye mask with airline branding, a toothbrush and toothpaste, earplugs, and the trio of red flower products.
A THERE is a theory that using earplugs and also cleaning the ears with cotton buds pushes any wax down into the ear where it gets compacted and forms a blockage which has to be syringed away.
Opening Doors emphasizes disability etiquette skills training that includes interactive activities and role playing using wheelchairs, blindfolds, earplugs and taped hands for employees to practice how to service customers with disabilities.
Combined with 3M's line of hearing protection products, including disposable earplugs, the acquisition of POMP reusable earplugs allows 3M to offer a broader portfolio of hearing protection products.
Never cut earplugs in half because that reduces the foam mass.