- the white noise of policy and politics in America
- —Joseph Nocera
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In the short term, try the usual combination of earplugs and a white noise machine (or even moving your bed) to minimize the interruptions to your sleep.
Rumbly white noise is inexpensive and very effective for improving a baby's sleep.
Brian thinks the sound—a constant metallic storm—acts like a gating mechanism for his senses, the white noise giving him a balance.
Some sort of machine hummed around the corner, in an adjoining room, mindless white noise to break the silence.
Aristotle can be programmed to launch into a lullaby, emit white noise, or turn on a night light to soothe a waking baby back to sleep.
The water creates a sound that conveys something in the midst between a feeling of white noise, and calming relaxation.
Around them, hundreds of thousands of cooling fans fill the building with whooshing white noise.
Passersby in years past have heard the massive speakers at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium pumping in white noise to simulate neutral- or road-game environments.
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