from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who or that which dazzles; specifically, one who produces an effect by gaudy or meretricious display.
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- noun one who
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Just watch the pigskin dazzler (Is that the Stanford band???)
The dazzler is a non-lethal weapon intended to cause temporary blindness or disorientation and therefore fall outside this protocol.
A dazzler is a type of a directed-energy weapon employing intense visible light, usually generated by a laser laser dazzler.
Another dazzler is a short dress and jacket completely paved in tiny sequins in a colorful flower design on a green background.
This did indeed protect them, in much the same manner as a blind man is immune to 'dazzler' weapons.
Israel is close to swinging an order to upgrade French-origin Mirage 2000 aircraft with the Delhi, Dec. 11: A palm-sized 'dazzler' pistol that will freeze a human target for 30 seconds, stun grenades stuffed with chilli powder, suffocating
One "dazzler" is extracurricular activities like website building.
And the SWORDS itself is being replaced by a new version named after the Roman god of war-the MAARS (Modular Advanced Armed Robotic System), which carries a more powerful machine gun, 40mm grenade launchers, and, for non-lethal settings, a green laser "dazzler," tear gas, and a loudspeaker, perfect for warning any insurgents that "Resistance is futile."
The day had been a dazzler, hot against the skin with scratchy sunlight raking the thick July green.
Jonathan Monro is a solid foil as Fingers for the brash Leo Ash Evens as Toes, the ladykiller and razzle-dazzler.