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2009-03-23 07:03:00

Professional-Grade NoiseBuster Active Noise Reduction Earmuff Delivers Best Hearing Protection WILTON, Conn., March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- The NoiseBuster Active Noise Reduction ("ANR") Safety Earmuff is specifically designed to reduce the noise generated by lawn, landscape and garden power equipment such as mowers, loaders, skid steers, compact excavators, chain saws, vacuums, blowers, and other noisy devices. Whether you work in hardscape construction, sports-field site development and...

2009-01-26 07:37:00

Visit Pro Tech Technologies, Inc. at Booth #1167 of the Aviation Industry Expo, March 10-12, Las Vegas Convention Center; Win A Free NoiseBuster WILTON, Conn., Jan. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Specifically designed to reduce aircraft engine noise for airport ground support crews as well as aircraft maintenance and technical personnel, the NoiseBuster Active Noise Reduction ("ANR") Safety Earmuff combines an ANSI-rated 26NRR passive earmuff with active noise reduction electronics that deliver up to an...

2006-03-14 13:35:00

By Karey Wutkowski WASHINGTON -- More research is needed to determine whether popular portable music players like Apple Computer Inc.'s iPod increase the risk of hearing loss, the National Institutes of Health said in response to a lawmaker's request for a review of the issue. Earbud headphones, like the ones typically used with iPods, project sound directly into the ear canal, while traditional earmuff-style headphones allow the sound to diffuse, the NIH said in a February 14 letter made...

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2006-03-14 13:45:00

WASHINGTON -- More research is needed to determine whether popular portable music players like Apple Computer Inc.'s  iPod increase the risk of hearing loss, the National Institutes of Health said in response to a U.S. lawmaker's request for a review of the issue. Earbud headphones, like the ones typically used with iPods, project sound directly into the ear canal, while traditional earmuff-style headphones allow the sound to diffuse, the NIH said in a February 14 letter made...


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reremouse
  • A bat.
The word 'reremouse' comes from Middle English reremous, from Old English hrēremūs, hrērmūs ("bat"), equivalent to rear (“to move, shake, stir”) +‎ mouse.
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