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- n. Agent noun of block; something that blocks something specific.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who blocks: used specifically in hat-making, shoemaking, book-binding, etc.
- n. A blocking-tool or -machine.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a football player whose responsibility is to block players attempting to stop an offensive play
- n. a class of drugs that inhibit (block) some biological process
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Scent blocker is not needed when squirrel hunting; what you do need is a way to slip through the woods as quietly as possible, the best advice I can give you is walk slowly and watch your step.
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Investments held offshore in what is known as a "blocker corporation" can allow U.S. taxpayers to pay less tax than if the same investment were made through an onshore entity, Mr. Gordon says.
Pain blocker injections should last another hour or two.
Desmond Clark, a better blocker, is likely to retain the starting role.
He is more of a finesse, position-and-sustain blocker but has the quickness and movement skills to fire off the snap on pulls and traps.
•Lorenzo Neal, Chargers — Tomlinson's lead blocker is the best blocking fullback in the game and has now bulldozed paths for a 1,000-yard rusher in 10 consecutive seasons.
Huselius 'second of the night and 27th of the season came at 9: 08 of the third period, on a wrist shot over Budaj's blocker from a near impossible angle after being set up by Iginla.
But Sturm rifled a shot over Tellqvist's blocker from the left circle with 10: 45 remaining to restore the Bruins 'two-goal lead.
Best as a position-and-sustain blocker, as he displays good balance and knee bend. ...