Block out sentence example

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  • I couldn't block out of my mind, my wife's statement a few days ago; think of all the children who he could be saving.

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  • She repeated the sentence over and over to try to block out what her senses told her about the size of the monster.

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  • We encourage our students to block out time to complete weekly assignment, review notes and take practice exams.

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  • The nagging question of Fitzgerald continued to block out the other important matters Dean should have been concentrating on.

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  • All she wanted was the coziness of her studio, where she could block out everything and paint.

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  • The term was first used in this sense by Flavio Biondo, whose "decades" was an attempt to block out the annals of history from 410 to 1410.

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  • He draws the curtains on his bedroom window to block out the view.

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  • It has been developed to block out sunlight and reduce photosynthesis, preventing weed and unwanted plant growth.

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  • The blanched leaves are produced when an upturned pot, for example, is placed over the plant to block out the light.

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  • Some totalitarian country could easily block out material that might be considered subversive.

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  • Send the kids on the block out on their bikes.

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  • Heavy curtains also help to block out the light, and a dark wall color further absorbs any extra interference.

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  • Titanium Dioxide, a mineral that resists absorption, so it forms a protective barrier over your skin to block out UV rays and environmental pollutants.

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  • They allow you to block out background noise as well as keep the guided meditation from bothering others.

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  • If you prefer a darker room, though, go for richer and heavier fabrics like velvet that block out the light.

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  • Before you start classes, use a planner or calendar to block out windows of time during which you'll be unavailable.

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  • Shade cloth is a special cloth used by greenhouse managers and growers to block out a bit of sunshine.

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  • They completely block out the sun and any damaging solar rays.

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  • White noise, for example, from a humidifier or air purifier can help block out street noises.

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  • White noise machines can help block out those noises and let you sleep peacefully.

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  • When daytime sleep is necessary, room-darkening shades can block out the sunlight and create a kind of artificial night.

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  • Try wearing headphones to block out other noises.

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  • They allow your pupils to dilate in response to the tint, but don't block out the rays.

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  • They plainly state, too, when the styles have UV400 protective lenses; those are meant to block out 100 percent of UV rays.

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  • In addition to flip ups that are designed to enhance your visibility there are others that are designed to block out the sight in one eye.

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  • The lenses are made of a scratch resistant polycarbonate and block out 100 percent of UV A & B rays, making them ideal for many outdoor activities.

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  • That placement allows the lenses to block out some light while allowing other light through.

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  • By predicting what will happen next, you can assure yourself big groups of same-colored blocks while avoiding the pitfall of having one odd block out for the rest of the game.

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  • Some headsets are designed specifically for outdoor use and can block out background noise.

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  • Tint, however, does not block-out UV rays, so a UV coating is needed.

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  • Polaroid lenses that block out much of the reflected light also allow better vision in sunny weather and are helpful for people who enjoy boating.

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  • The examiner tests the infant's response to light, sound, or touch during sleep and the infant's ability to block out stimulation during sleep.

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  • The client was asked to put on heavy, form-fitting goggles to block out any light from the laser, and the technician drew rings around the areas to be treated with white eyeliner while the laser warmed up.

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  • The frequency of a wave of light is expressed to the naked eye as a color, so the tinting of your lenses has a direct effect on the kind of light they block out.

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  • Some students find a planner helps them stay organized, allowing them to block out study time for each subject around different activities.

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