There is no ozone layer, which on Earth functions as a critical shield from deadly doses of ultraviolet radiation.
to shield the ball from an opponent
The design incorporates a shield which prevents the thumb safely and rear sight from robbing against the body.
The commission's foot-dragging has provided a convenient shield from corporate responsibility.
he pulled the cap lower to shield his eyes from the glare
The northern part of the shield is truncated by a 10 km wide embayment, open to the north and filled by postshield volcanism.
cylindrical ducts shield the propellers
On occasion, I suspect her of using the subject of John, which is safe because everything's been said, as a shield to protect herself from scrutiny.
The dorsal shield was pierced by a single, large, nostril-like opening situated in the middle of the head in front of the eyes.
How is this possible if the only shield protecting the people against a fate worse than death is to have the reformists, no matter how incompetent, sit in power positions?