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Muzak

™ recorded light music played in shops, restaurants, factories, etc., to entertain, increase sales or production, etc.
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Musak L, Soucek P, Vodickova L, Naccarati A, Halasova E, Polakova V, et al.
After 4 d, 100% mortality was observed on Truly Tiny, Dwarf Puerto Rican, Rose, and Lady Finger leaf discs, while on Dwarf Green and Ebun Musak the same mortality rate was observed after 5 d.
Some of the melodies were saturated with Musak familiarity.
I had wanted the assurance of the alphabetical files, the regulatory pluck of office musak, but was hired instead to the yarn department sorting the cones of yarn that came up from weaving.
This is embarrassingly bad, a kind of polluted musak.
Nationalists are pointing out, however, that Unionist bands are still holding on to thousands of Lambeg drums and flutes, and are calling for full implementation of the clause in the Good Friday Agreement which calls for an all-Ireland regime of bland, anodyne musak.
How long can we rely on 40-year-old musak, past-it surroundings, dull beer and menus out of the Ark?
Classical music should play constantly over the Musak system imbedded in the elevators, in the ceiling over the cubicles, on the "on-hold" function of the telephone, and, most importantly, in business boardrooms.
There are loads of automated musak and messaging services out there with ads just ordering you to buy a product.