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silencer

(sī′lĕn-sĕr)
A sequence of base pairs in DNA that prevents the transcription of a gene.
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echoed the gun industry's rhetoric that silencers address a public health issue and are meant to protect gun users' hearing - hence the name of the bill before Congress, the Hearing Protection Act.
From the noise calculation sheet it is observed that the absorptive section with a splitter thickness--100 mm, Airway gap--50 mm, effective length--900 mm is capable of attenuating the noise to 64 dB which is on the safer side of silencer performance.
On a hunch, we checked the silencer (receiving yet another blister in the process).
But the DNA of his drinking buddy Brian Connolly, 48, was found on one of the silencers and he was charged with its possession.
In terms of noise reduction, incidentally, the 9mm silencer is rated at 128 to 132 decibels with 147-grain subsonic ammo.
They have created a condition where a Chore Boy pad can be considered a silencer.
Figure 4 shows the fluid volume occupied by the initial discharge silencer for the original design, which utilized a volume-choke-volume arrangement.
Kennett faces a two year ban after the silencer he used to score a maximum at Lakeside last weekend was found to be illegal.
But Kennett claimed in a statement last night that a member of his pit crew had tampered with the silencer in an attempt to give him an advantage.
Cleaning is no longer a major problem, so most silencers on today's market are sealed.
The complication to add to this series is that the riders in Poland have been using the old silencers in their league but the new silencers used in England this term are compulsory for the World Championship series.
System Silencer is a tiny app that runs quietly in the background and only performs action on your computer when it's been idle for a period of time that you specify.