The option to ignore it is vanishing, even for parents with “good” insurance that buffers from the up-front costs.
NPY works as a natural tranquilizer that controls anxiety and buffers the effects of stress hormones like norepinephrine.
They may be necessary—as buffers—but they depress us by their dulness.
It was the end of Lydia and of all buffers between the Orient and Greece.
They heard the rapid rumble of wheels, and a thud as the carrier reached the buffers at the end of its run.
Men had even lost their lives or been mutilated from trying to ride on the buffers la Blondin.
They cut intricate patterns of feint, attack and withdraw, using passing vehicles as buffers.
But disdained to pursue controversy further, and Prince Arthur, carefully avoiding further reference to buffers, went his way.
Thus, they are equipped with wheels, or buffers, on which they can roll along the bottom of the ocean or bay.
The buffers for this model must be properly made, with springs to take the pressure in case you should run into anything.
buffer buff·er (bŭf'ər)
A substance that minimizes change in the acidity of a solution when an acid or base is added to the solution. v. buff·ered, buff·er·ing, buff·ers
To treat a solution with a buffer.