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earmuffs!

A warning that one should stop listening (perhaps by covering one's ears, in the manner of actual earmuffs). Earmuffs, kids! This story is not appropriate for your young ears.

earmuff it

A warning that one should stop listening (perhaps by covering one's ears, in the manner of actual earmuffs). Earmuff it, kids! This story is not appropriate for your young ears.
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SAFARILAND ELECTRONIC HEARING PROTECTION is a highly durable earmuff set with low distortion speaker technology.
The Razor X from Walker's Game Ear, however, is an innovative solution to drawbacks posed by electronic earmuffs and small internal units.
The Hush[TM] ear plugs and earmuffs come in unique bright hi-viz citron and Sky (blue) colours that make them easily identifiable.
A common issue for workers wearing protective earmuffs is that moisture can be absorbed and condensed water builds up in the cups and headband, leading to hygiene issues and discomfort for the wearer.
Noise-induced hearing loss is the number-one sensory disability in the world, and is 100-percent preventable, a problem that the 3M Peltor X Series Earmuffs addresses.
Bike riders attracting toward stylish jackets and earmuffs to stay body warm, dry, and comfortable in cold weather.
Dogs and cats in the shelter in East Hampton may be medicated with tranquillisers and earmuffs to cope with the 'Rock and roll' noise.
The subjects of their experiment were given sunglasses, earmuffs and chamomile tea.
These personal protective equipment standards require employers to provide goggles and face shields that fit properly without restricting vision, earplugs and earmuffs when they will reduce noise to acceptable levels and are less costly than administrative and engineering controls, and respirators to protect workers from exposure to air contaminants.
Here the Billy Goats' Mother solves the Troll's problem by knitting fluffy shoes for her three sons, following this with woolly earmuffs and a blanket for the Troll.
While it is impractical for musicians to use mutes while performing, the use of a mute in the practice room may allow playing without the use of earmuffs or earplugs.
That original cranial-helmet system used "Mickey Mouse" earmuffs to protect against the twin Westinghouse J34 turbojet engines of the F2H-2 Banshee.
Clark, of the David Clark Company, used "Mickey Mouse" earmuffs in the original cranial-helmet system.
I notice the men wear earmuffs as the noise is bad.