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muting

removal of the capacity of an animal to make a loud call. In the dog this is done by removal of a small part of each vocal cord.
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Muting genes with RNAi holds advantages over creating knockout animals.
Its aim: Tearing down long-standing traditions built on faulty reasoning, knocking cultural icons from lofty perches, muting alarmists, shining glaring light on false advertising claims and generally pulling the curtain back on the fake wizards of the world.
The SA range, with muting under one part number, is seen as complete because every bracket, all connectors, muting sensors and warning beacon are included.
Just as the act of narration in Our Nig ultimately functions to subvert the muting effects of pain, it also functions to undermine the dehumanizing effects of torture.
Its use is well documented; references to muting began to appear early in the 18th century, not more than 40 or 50 years after the emergence of the instrument.
Muting sites with Google Chrome 64 is pretty simple.
The M4000 integrated laser alignment tool, introduced by SICK, combines with the UE403 muting switch to form a two to four-beam muting system for use in automated material transport.