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baffle

(băf′ĭl)
In respiratory care, a component of a nebulizer designed to remove large aerosol particles.
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Bafflingly, some people didn't understand that I was being sarcastic throughout.
Seam-bowler Neil Carter, bafflingly left out of the team against Middlesex last week, was recalled, no doubt hoping the ball would swing around as much as it did on the Bears' only previous first-class visit to the King's School ground, in 1995.
But once again, host Michael Aspel proved bafflingly popular with the people who turn up with their tea towels and clocks.
And all the good work of last week was steadily undone thanks to the writers digging out their old cliche book (childhood abuse) and Danny going on a bafflingly unconvincing week-long rampage, which carried all the menace of a Paul Danan session on Celebrity Love Island.
Bafflingly, India have left out twirler Anil Kumble, who caused Pakistan so many problems in the Tests, leaving Harbhajan `Turbanator'Singh to attempt to release the pressure building on Indian heads.
Salvage is a less successful keyboard filled ballad, straying too close to the Eighties soft rock peddled bafflingly successfully by Extreme, et al.
For Warwickshire, due to their own ineptitude as a director of cricket way out of his depth was bafflingly allowed to carry on floundering and dragging the team down.
Bafflingly shuttled between Brighton and Birmingham in recent years, Lord Lipsey, the new BGRB chairman has agreed to try them back in the smoke - Sunday, January 23, 2005 is the date to circle right now.
Bafflingly, the``joke'' seems to be that Wayne and his folks are somehow similar to the Bacons.No, I can't see it either.
More bafflingly, the police and her colleagues are unable to fathom how the bullet that killed her could have passed harmlessly through a window which has clearly never been opened.
My final bill showed my account was - bafflingly, as I paid exactly what they told me to - PS26.31 in credit.
A mainstay of the Bears' batting since arriving in England in 2003, Trott's batting average in four-day cricket in 2007 was a bafflingly under-par19.80.