buffered and enteric-coated aspirin do not eliminate the risk of developing an ulcer.
He told me, "There is a theme in the literature about disinhibition, a buffered sense of reality."
Endowments qualify many universities as large businesses that are buffered from the reality of economics.
The development of high-speed, buffered, time-of-flight front ends has been a continuing interest at Columbia.
By such behavioral thermoregulation extremes of weather are neutralized, or at least buffered to some degree.
buffer buff·er (bŭf'ər)
A substance that minimizes change in the acidity of a solution when an acid or base is added to the solution. v. buff·ered, buff·er·ing, buff·ers
To treat a solution with a buffer.