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releaser

(rĭ-lē′sər)
n.
A stimulus that releases a specific behavior pattern in an animal.

releaser

any stimulus that gives rise to an instinctive act. For example, the red breast of a male robin causes another male to attack it.
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* Atlanta-based The oneCARE Company has tapped Janie Bryant, the award-winning costume designer for the "Mad Men" series, as the spokesperson for Downy Wrinkle Releaser. In her role as brand spokesperson, Bryant will develop a guide on fabric care and will provide tips on looking good on the go.
When the pup makes any motion toward the bird, pop the releaser and let him chase, saying nothing.
There is also a higher threat of contamination since HCHO/HCHO releasers have been banned or reduced, and effective sequestering agents such as EDTA or DTPA."
To extend "just-laundered freshness," P&G also introduced Downy Wrinkle Releaser in Vibrant Freshness and Light Freshness in September to smooth out wrinkles without ironing.
For him art is a kind of "shock absorber" and stress releaser. Adnan Siraj is a Doha-based freelance aviation artist of international acclaim.
For priming, the seeds were placed in transparent plastic boxes (11x11x3.5 cm) containing two sheets of germbox paper embedded in 15 mL of 0, 50, 100 or 250 [micro]mol.[L.sup.-1] sodium nitroprusside solution (SNP), a NO releaser, for 6 hours.