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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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Angelos, which is representing plaintiff Joshua Keiner, is prepared to file similar lawsuits on behalf of hundreds of Maryland veterans who experienced hearing loss and tinnitus because of the allegedly defective earplugs, attorney Jay D.
Independent associations were seen for earplug use, quantity of alcohol use, drug use, and male sex with hearing loss, with the most important factor being earplug use.
has introduced Mack's[R] Flightguard[R] Airplane Pressure Relief Earplugs, a product designed specifically for today's hectic travel to provide flyers with a better, more comfortable flight experience, the company said.
The GSP*15 electronic earplugs use Etymotic's ACCU*Technology with high-definition balanced-armature drivers, high-sensitivity microphones, and proprietary wide-dynamic-range compression K*AMP signal processing.
However, field studies show there is a significant difference in individual attenuation levels from the same earplugs. It really depends on how well the individual has fit their earplug."
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When the plugs were introduced, Brigadier Tim Radford, commander of 19 Brigade, said: "These earplugs will ensure that hearing becomes a problem of the past.
said it has launched its first product, smart earplugs that help people sleep in noisy environments.
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SureFire will supply the UKMoD with its EP4 Sonic Defender Plus earplugs, with an initial purchase quantity of over 200,000 pairs.
Michael van Gerwen has no intention of blocking out the Ally Pally chaos with earplugs.