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  • …box of the old exploder, the cigar box with the caps, each little cylinder wrapped round and round with its two wires (the lot of them packed as carefully as he had packed his collection of wild bird eggs when he was a boy), the stock of the submachine gun, disconnected from the barrel and wrapped in his leather jacket, the two pans and five clips in one of the inner pockets of the big pack-sack and the small coils of copper wire and the big coil of light insulated Wire in the other.

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as in: insulate the attic Define
to cover something with a material to prevent passage of something such as heat, cold, noise, or electricity
as in: insulate her from Define
to separate someone or something from influences thought to be harmful
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