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But the pouches were made for neutralizing ID cards and toll-booth transponders, not books like - "Introduction to Physics?
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Whatever may be thought of his general system of philosophy, no one can deny his great service in neutralizing the teachings of his predecessors and colleagues-so dangerous to all that is essential in Christianity.
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Now, my master the emperor must look upon this as a hostile act on the part of Austria, against France; for to reconcile England with Turkey is equivalent to setting France at variance with Turkey, or at least neutralizing entirely her influence over the Sublime Porte.
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No reasonable man will deny that the Balkan States are neutralizing each other at the present time, which in itself makes the whole situation all the more miserable.
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The Italian plan of campaign apparently consisted first, in neutralizing the Trentino by capturing or covering the defenses and cutting the two lines of communication with Austria proper, the railway which ran south from Insbruck, and that which ran southwest from Vienna and joined the former at Fransensfets; and second, in a movement in force on the eastern frontier, with Trieste captured or covered on the right flank in the direction of the Austrian fortress at Klagenfurt and Vienna.
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The less common an idiom is, and the more obscure its terms, the more prolific is it as a source of error: a philosopher is sophistical in proportion to his ignorance of any method of neutralizing this imperfection in language.
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For in spite of his own leaving speed and the added centrifugal velocity the asteroid had given him, he had hurtled down after the doomed rock; and only then was his building repulsion neutralizing Earth's gravity and his initial Earthward velocity.
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To prevent one kind of electricity from uniting with and neutralizing that in the next section by passing through the car at the moment of transit, there is a "dead stretch" of fifty yards with rails not charged at all between the sections.
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It was as though they spoke through some neutralizing medium, in which all real personal relation was lost.
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Was it to introduce a little saving recklessness, the redeeming truth of honesty and justice to self, or the neutralizing of self-negation by the acceptance of merited worth!
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From such considerations Benham went on to speculate how far the crowd can be replaced in a man's imagination, how far some substitute for that social backing can be made to serve the same purpose in neutralizing fear.
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Suppose, also, there were no neutralizing and duplicating of effort from competition.
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The blood of a horse so treated is found to have the effect of neutralizing the diphtheria poison, although the blood of the horse before such treatment has no such effect.
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To prevent their taking up arms against the Canadas may be well, but in my opinion (and it is one very generally entertained through the United States,) the influence of the British authorities should have been confined to neutralizing their services.
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It is only resistance that is dangerous, completely neutralizing the enjoyment of the process.
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Before the door hangs a wooden globe, which is supposed to be efficacious in neutralizing the influence of the Evil Eye.
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It is obvious that whatever the excitant the physico-chemical action of the brain and the ductless glands cannot be reversed-the effect of the stimulus cannot be recalled, therefore either a purposeful muscular act or a neutralizing act must be performed or else the liberated energy must smoulder in the various parts of the body.
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If the liver cannot take the strain, then death from acute acidosis may follow, or if the neutralizing effect of the liver is only partially lost, then the acidity may cause Bright's disease.
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Alkalis and bases compose the greater part of the food of man and animals, the blood in both man and animals under normal conditions being slightly alkaline or rather potentially alkaline; that is, although in circulating blood the concentration of the OH-ions- upon which the degree of alkalinity depends-is but little more than in distilled water, yet blood has the power of neutralizing a considerable amount of acid (Starling, Wells).
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The most rational _curative measures_ then consist in diluting the acid by drinking a couple of glasses of water and in counteracting (neutralizing) the acid by taking a teaspoonful of baking soda (bicarbonate of soda) or a tablespoonful of limewater; and, if necessary, either of these doses may be repeated.
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Examples of Neutralizing

Example #1
I had a little Faraday pouch in my bag - these are little wallets lined with a mesh of copper wires that effectively block radio energy, silencing arphids.
Example #2
The book was the size of a dictionary. &&& Chapter 2 [[This chapter is dedicated to Amazon.com, the largest Internet bookseller in the world.
Example #3
For the jail fever, see Lecky, vol.
Example #4
Other divines of strong sense in other parts of the country began to take similar ground-namely, that men could be Christians and at the same time Darwinians.
Example #5
Every independent state should be at liberty to pursue its own policy; and while this policy does not assume a hostile attitude toward other independent states, no one can take umbrage at it.
Example #6
State that to your monarch.