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Pumping

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Up to the very last moment those on board stuck to their pumps, which spouted two clear streams of water upon their bare feet.
They had lost their masts and sprung a leak in a hurricane; drifted for weeks, always at the pumps, met more bad weather; the ships they sighted failed to make them out, the leak gained upon them slowly, and the seas had left them nothing to make a raft of.
I spoke like that to them, and then I gave the command to man the pumps."
He executed the order in the twinkling of an eye, and unrolling a piece of tappa, displayed to my astonished gaze the identical pumps which I thought had been destroyed long before.
When the leather was wet, it expanded and swelled, forming a seal inside the pump housing.
SO SOME SOLDIERS FORGET TO LOOK PUMP HANDLE, NSN 5340-00-217-3101, INTO THE RECEPTACLE BEFORE PUMPING.
The studies revealed that the hearts move fluid much as does a device called an impedance pump, which creates a low-pressure area within a tube by squeezing and quickly releasing one end.
The federal whale sanctuary must pass and enforce rules against despoiling the fragile marine environment." CONTACT: Pump Don't Dump, http://pumpdont dump.com.
VFDs are more efficient because they regulate motor speed by varying the frequency of the electricity to the pump so system demand is satisfied without running the motors at full speed.
World Water Works uses the Nikuni Regenerative Turbine pump to dissolve air into water.
Since a portion of the water vapor will resorb after initial desorption, it is necessary to pump away as much as possible to remove it from the chamber.
The off-pump group also had a higher prevalence of a history of stroke, though this was not a significant difference--13% off pump and 6% on pump, respectively.