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Baffle

In film, a movable panel that absorbs light and sound in order to minimize unwanted reflections and echoes. A baffle is relevant to marketing because it improves film quality and therefore improves commercials.
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After all, the consensus will tell you that a printed magazine of unpopular thoughts like, well, the Baffler, has no "place" in the logic of progress.
The same media fragmentation that has allowed Might, The Baffler, and Hermenaut room to flower also limits their reach; for the moment, the closest things we have to a common intellectual forum are sitcoms and advertising.
The current issue, Baffler Number Thirteen, examines how "middle America" became co-opted by business interests.
Alice Thomson, of Edinburgh, sets this week's baffler.
Cobra Golf manufactures the recently introduced line of Gravity Back irons and drivers, as well as Baffler fairway metals, Trusty Rusty wedges and Bobby Grace by Cobra putters.
This week's baffler comes courtesy of Georgina Brown of Glasgow.
3, 1998--Way back in 1973, Cobra Golf was founded on the success of one club: the original Baffler utility wood.
Gordon Stuart of Tranent sets this week's baffler for me when he asks: "Which famous actress gained a massive 22lbs in just 22 to get in shape for a film role?
Rena Brown - from Kilmarnock in Ayrshire - sets this week's baffler.
Felicity Todd of Rutherglen sets this week's baffler.