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muffle

(mŭf′əl)
n.
The hairless snout of certain ruminants, such as moose.

muffle

(mŭf′ĕl)
To wrap or cover something in order to suppress sound or to clothe or protect the body.
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Sound mat muffling technology or “MT” uses a high loft fabric that weighs very little and compresses with a low amount of pressure.
Not that the culture has so assumed, but abortionists have succeeded, I think we can say, in muffling protests against this abomination, the number one abomination of our age--with one exception, namely, tolerance for this abomination on the part of authorities, among whom must be counted the media.
While AFS should be commended for its efforts on trade, it is clear that large manufacturers are muffling our cries for help.