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to turn or drive away

to offend the senses or feelings of

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Hempatop Repel 800 is used in combination with Hempel's patented Avantguard technology activated zinc primer Avantguard 770.
They are compatible with auxiliary agents and provide a breathable, low-friction finish that repels water and releases stains.
By strategically putting plants that repel bugs into your landscape you'll be adding beauty and functionality.
'It is time to strengthen national unity against all the challenges we are faced with and need to pledge ourselves to stand together to repel the evil of our enemy,' he added.
Those queries include people researching local masonry contractors, which is why Repel Restoration INC.
They move apart because like charges repel. This is called a repulsive force.
This all sounds good but time and time again I've seen the Patent Office issue patents more like the repel water example than the growing hair example.
FAIRFIELD, N.J.--Venture Products LLC has developed what it bills as breakthrough, ultrasonic technology to help repel bed bugs from sleeping areas.
has developed a new coating for its flexible die product line called Repel. The coating provides a clear, non-stick finish that repels the most aggressive adhesives, according to the company.
Shark shield, an electronic device designed to repel sharks from surfers, has been withheld from the market because it failed a test off South Africa when a great white shark ate it, reports Seven Days, a Vermont US weekly.
Another alternative is Bug'n'Out, a natural, nontoxic biting insect repellent spray that uses a four percent concentration of citronella oil to safely and effectively repel fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, gnats, biting flies and chiggers.
Castano of the Autonomous National University in Mexico, a unique chemical reaction links two types of molecules that usually separate like oil and water: hydrophobic (hi-droh-FOHbik) molecules that repel water-based paints, and oleophobic (oh-lee-oh-FOHbik) molecules that push away oil-based paints.
"The Constitutional Convention at first proposed to give Congress the power to 'make' war but changed this to 'declare' war, not, however, because it was desired to enlarge Presidential power but in order to permit the President to take action to repel sudden attacks."
(The bonds on the surface of the oil repel those on water molecules.)