Thesaurus / baffle


To their surprise, however, one snake “formed its body in a ring around the baffle and then started to wiggle up,” Savidge says.THESE SNAKES WIGGLE UP SMOOTH POLES BY TURNING THEIR BODIES INTO ‘LASSOES’KATE BAGGALEYJANUARY 13, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
One of these ways involved tests to see whether a wide pipe, or baffle, around a pole could prevent predators from reaching a starling nest box at the top.BROWN TREE SNAKES USE THEIR TAILS AS LASSOS TO CLIMB WIDE TREESMARIA TEMMINGJANUARY 11, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
With their help, I’d made progress toward a prototype for my tiny satellites, inventing and testing precision-pointing hardware and software, and perfecting the design of the onboard telescope and its protective baffle.MY SATELLITE WOULD FIT IN A SMALL SUITCASE.KATIE MCLEANDECEMBER 18, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
These baffles “hug” the microphone and block out external noise while focusing on the source and enhancing the quality of final audio, making them an exceptional tool for recording vocals, kick drums, guitar amps and more.THE BEST RECORDING ISOLATION SHIELDS FOR TRACKING AUDIO IN ANY SPACEPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMSEPTEMBER 25, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
The glass is lined with custom baffles contoured to block daytime glare.APPLE’S ‘MOST AMBITIOUS’ NEW STORE IS A DEPARTURE FROM ITS SIGNATURE DESIGNCLAYCHANDLERSEPTEMBER 8, 2020FORTUNE
It was Carmena, every nerve of her loyal nature on the alert to baffle this pursuer of Alessandro and Ramona.RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON
We went from office to office, where everything seemed designed to baffle suitors conducting their own cases.REMINISCENCES OF CHARLES BRADLAUGHGEORGE W. FOOTE
Its limitless deeps reveal themselves to us, and yet baffle our gaze: close themselves against research, but open to conjecture.TOILERS OF THE SEAVICTOR HUGO
Thanks to the darkness and the water, you baffle the hounds, both animal and human.THE DUTY OF DISOBEDIENCE TO THE FUGITIVE SLAVE ACTLYDIA MARIA CHILD
Both could blight the promise of the harvest, baffle the plans of their enemies, or wither the health of their victims.WITCH, WARLOCK, AND MAGICIANWILLIAM HENRY DAVENPORT ADAMS


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