sonic device

son·ic de·vice

(sonik dĕ-vīs)
Electronically powered device that uses energy to vibrate tip to break calculus from the tooth surface; consist of a handpiece that attaches to the dental units high-speed handpiece tubing and interchangeable instrument tips. Its instrument tip vibrates between 3000 and 8000 cycles/sec (3-8 kHz).
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some kind of sonic device placed outside the diplomats' homes,
A controversial sonic device which violates EU torture laws has been used to sort out teenage gangs at a Scottish train station.
If any of your readers have any suggestions that are true and tested can you send them in - by the way I have tried the sonic device, powder and various sprays to no avail.
The TV is equipped with an Ultra Sonic device that uses sound waves to get rid of the insects.
But, in a pioneering move, the church installed a Mosquito sonic device in its porch.
There was also one control arena where neither bucket contained a sonic device.
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The story is set against the backdrop of extreme tension between the rival states of Syldavia and Borduria, whose agents will stop at nothing to get their hands on the professor's revolutionary sonic device.
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What finally did work, according to Sluka, was BirdXPeller PRO, an electronic sonic device that replicates the distress calls of birds.