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blinker

a flashing light for sending messages, as a warning device, etc., such as a direction indicator on a road vehicle

blinker

blinker
An oxygen blinker. If its lips are open, it means oxygen is being supplied. If lips are closed, it means there is no oxygen supply.
blinker
Master blinker flashes whenever any warning light on the central warning panel illuminates indicating malfunction in some system.
A warning light or indicator that blinks to confirm that the system is functioning or malfunctioning.
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Presidential Decree 96 prohibits use of sirens, blinkers, horns and other gadgets to cut through traffic.
The official said that the use of blinkers and sirens are strictly prohibited since there are only vehicles which are allowed to use them.
Now PNP chief Oscar Albayalde has reportedly ordered the strict enforcement of PD 96, with candidates in the May elections prohibited from using sirens, blinkers, horns and similar gadgets on their private vehicles to part the traffic for their campaign convoys.
Bernard Banac said that Albayalde reminded the HPG to implement the prohibition on the use of sirens, blinkers and other devices by individuals and groups, other than those who are authorized under the existing law to use them.
Paul Nicholls decided just 10 minutes before Cheltenham's Grand Annual Chase was declared that Graham Wylie's son of Westerner should wear blinkers.
He was wearing a tonguestrap and cheekpieces but certainly shaped as though he might be sharpened up by the addition of either blinkers or a visor.
"He was pain free today, blinkers were the right thing, the ground was right and he was back to his best.
Zarkandar was fourth in the Stan James Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham last time without any headgear, but has worn blinkers in his native France as a youngster.
Last time we didn't declare him with blinkers and that is why he came very late.
Just as the blinkers on a horse may blind the animal to pertinent information, so many members of the public, media figures, politicians, and even scientists themselves wear blinkers when it comes to a wide range of scientific issues, according to Pasternak (founding director of the Oxford International Biomedical Centre, UK).
"The reason he is wearing blinkers is because of the way he has run in his last three starts, especially when he won the Irish Champion Stakes when he appeared just to do enough at the end," said O'Brien (pictured below).
"He was a little bit disappointing last time, but it was at Cheltenham which it appears he doesn't like, but he's back at Kempton and he wears blinkers for the first time," said the Nicholashayne trainer.