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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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Opponents of the Hearing Prevention Act argue that silencers could make it more difficult to locate the source of shooting during a mass shooting event.
Transferring a silencer means applying for a transfer application, and that can take months.
Brian Connolly went on trial on Thursday based on evidence that showed his DNA was inside the thread of a screw-in silencer found amongst a cache of arms in Walton.
The silencers on hand were a handgun can, a rifle/handgun rimfire can and two rifle silencers--one for 5.
is hoping to have the Silencers in full production and available to the public within the very near future.
Another common analysis requiring an integrated 1D/ 3D pulsation analysis alongside the mechanical analysis is the design of screw compressor silencer bottles.
He said: "KK has told me he had been practicing in Poland using the silencers which were fixed to his bikes at the time but had no intention of using them in the meeting itself.
Three silencers from each team were sent for testing, with Kennett's the only one found to be in breach of the regulations.
There seems to be a genuine trend cranking up, as I'm being asked to thread more and more barrels for silencers.
In the circumstances, it makes sense to add two riders to the portfolio who have had plenty of experience with the new silencers.
Silencers to muffle gunshots, confuse victims and increase the chances of escape, were once viewed as a hallmark in Iraq of Iranian-trained Shi'ite militia.
Compulsory use of the new silencers has been delayed until May, but the Bears have agreed to a request from the Birmingham management to use them tonight.