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repeller

[ri′pel·ər]
(electronics)
An electrode whose primary function is to reverse the direction of an electron stream in an electron tube. Also known as reflector.
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Bulbs of garlic are spread in the different corners of a house, around a building, in a homestead, the smell of which repel snake away from that surrounding.
I HAVE LEARNED A LOT through the years about plants that repel bugs naturally.
He said, 'if anyone looks at us with an evil eye, entire nation is united to repel the evil of our enemy and confront and respond to any aggression from India.
The latest company to take steps to strengthen its Web presence is Repel Restoration INC.
Washing with the essential oils of citronella, lavender or rose geranium is meant to repel bugs.
Speaking on the eve of a memorial service for David in Perth, where he grew "up, Mike quoted the Koran: "Since good and evil cannot be equal, repel thou evil with something that is better.
It would leave an effective concentration of the oral shark repellent in the form of solid wax fragments in the mouth of the shark after a first attack on the human surfer to repel the shark after biting the wax coated surfboard directly.
This Question: Will two pieces of charged tape repel each other at different distances, depending on the length of the pieces?
Inventor B could not likely claim a method of using polish to repel water on shoes because repelling water is inherent in the normal use of the polish to shine shoes.
Venture Products LLC has developed what it bills as breakthrough, ultrasonic technology to help repel bed bugs from sleeping areas.
has developed a new coating for its flexible die product line called Repel.
Using pulses of electrical energy to repel rockets, shrapnel and other ammunition, the new type of armour will provide protection to vehicles, reports The Telegraph.