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fun·nel

(fŭn'ĕl),
1. A hollow, conic vessel with a tube proceeding from its apex, used in pouring fluids from one container to another.
2. anatomy an infundibulum.

fun·nel

(fŭn'ĕl)
1. A hollow conic vessel with a tube of variable length proceeding from its apex, used in pouring fluids from one container to another, in filtering, and other tasks.
2. anatomy An infundibulum.

funnel

(fŭn′ĕl) [L. fundere, to pour]
A conical device open at both ends used to direct a fluid from the larger opening (at one end of the cone) to the smaller at the other.
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For this reason, I back off 100 yards or so from food sources to hunt funnels where deer coming into a field will be less likely to wind me.
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Without getting too analytical, I refer to such corners as "psychological" funnels; although deer have the physical capability of slipping into a field anywhere, they choose the corner because it makes them feel safer.
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Established in 1995, NEG's Cardiff operation makes high-precision glass screens and funnels for the European television and personal computer markets.