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suppressor

[sə′pres·ər]
(electricity)
In general, a device used to reduce or eliminate noise or other signals that interfere with the operation of a communication system, usually at the noise source.
Specifically, a resistor used in series with a spark plug or distributor of an automobile engine or other internal combustion engine to suppress spark noise that might otherwise interfere with radio reception.
(electronics)
(spectroscopy)
In an analytical procedure, a substance added to the analyte to reduce the extraneous emission, absorption, or light scattering caused by the presence of an impurity.
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Our patented AMX-513 combination therapy enables the immune system to attack cancer by regulating myeloid-derived suppressor cells.
The front cap, the least-stressed part of a suppressor, is made of 6061, but it is turned from bar stock, and both it and the tube are given the proper Type III hardcoat anodizing, and finished with the same nickel acetate sealant that your properly-made AR receivers get.
As more states legalize suppressors, we want to offer an affordable solution that caters to the growing demographic of suppressor users.
Whether you call them "cans," "suppressors" or "silencers" (as Hiram Percy Maxim patented his design in 1909), the growth in ownership and usage the last few years can be largely credited to the merits of education efforts by suppressor manufacturers and an independent organization formed in 2011, the American Suppressor Association (ASA).
Suppressor should have complete regeneration, be completely solvent tolerant, and allow for the use of many reagents to completely removal of contaminants.
Conrad and his colleagues examined two groups of mice that involve myeloid derived suppressor cells, where the first group was infected with a rodent intestinal helminth to simulate a strong allergic response.
Sound suppressors can be manufactured in Massachusetts, and public servants can use them under color of their office, but law-abiding Americans cannot possess the same under their constitutional rights.
But again you must first remove the flash suppressor and reinstall it when you're finished.
Acutech, a company in Montana known for their precision CNC machining, water jet and laser cutting worked exclusively with gun manufacturers and design experts from Miller Precision Arms to create an innovate new design in gun suppressor technology.
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I've never had a stovetop fire suppressor that didn't put out a fire," says Sobol, Owner of Happy Home Communities, with 1,100 apartments in Atlanta.
Best-case scenario the pistol uses a 15-pound spring with the suppressor and a 17-pound spring without the can in place.