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repeller

an obstetrical instrument used in large animal obstetrics to repel a fetus during correction of a dystocia, e.g. kühn's crutch. See also repulsion (3).
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Andrographis paniculata is planted around houses, compounds, buildings, fields, homestead or schools to repel snakes away from such places.
Some folks like to crush the leaves of the plants that repel bugs and rub them on their skin.
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Longer tape pieces started to repel each other at greater distances.
Wilks says that Repel offers a strong silicone-based layer of protection for many different applications.
3 : to keep out : resist <The cloth is treated to repel water.
After designing and manufacturing "omniphobic" surfaces that can repel both water and oily liquids in 2007, Gareth McKinley of MIT and his colleagues have come up with general rules for creating the surfaces, the team reports online November 10 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Her opening acceleration can soon have the opposition in trouble and she can stay on well enough to repel all challengers.
Once Deletum is brushed onto a building's walls, it repels all kinds of paint or ink, lasts for at least 10 years, and can be "tagged" with graffiti over and over with no ill effect.
The images which these men had stored on their computers repelled the judge and would repel all who could imagine the torment of such tiny innocents in the hands of such selfish monsters.
The Constitutional Convention at first proposed to give Congress the power to 'make' war but changed this to 'declare' war, not, however, because it was desired to enlarge Presidential power but in order to permit the President to take action to repel sudden attacks.
The bonds on the surface of the oil repel those on water molecules.