blow hole


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blow hole

1. Same as gas pocket.
2. Same as bug hole.
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Low pouring temperatures, manganese sulfide inclusions and slag from the ladle or from turbulent metal flow also cause slag blow hole defects.
Set free at the end of the first film, the friendliest killer whale in the world finds himself up to his blow hole in an oil slick.
South American bathers had been teasing a dolphin by prodding sticks down its blow hole.
At first I thought it was a baby shark, it was only about one and a half foot, but on a closer inspection I could see the blow hole on top of his head and realised it was a dolphin.
But on a closer inspection I could see the blow hole on top of his head and realised it was a dolphin.
The city and its surrounding area are rich in history and visitors can explore iconic sites such as Job's Tomb,one of the lost palaces of the Queen of Sheba, the blow holes of Mugsail, the frankincense trail and many more.
The evidence is so subjective that any lawyer would blow holes in it.
The blow holes near the caves roar like a giant and unexpectedly spray you with the saltiest and the most powerful spout of water that can give you Marilyn Monroe moments
Locals then wade into the water with hooks that they put into the blow holes and pull them further into the shallows, splicing the spinal chords.
He went on to say "The gun represents that I plan to blow holes in the lies, damn lies and statistics that, we, the public, are being fed.
All water activities are available from skiing, snorkelling, scuba diving, kayaking, fishing, surfing, you name it -- it's on offer, and there are also instructional facilities if you just want to try something new having never had the opportunity beforeOn the south shore route, stop at the famous Blow Holes and watch sea spray high into the air (sometimes it can reach in excess of 15 feet) close by the entrance to the Queen Elizabeth Botanical Park.
Ahmed Saeed Al Badi, 19, was among a group of five friends, including his older brother Yusuf, who drowned after swimming in the sea near the Mughsail Blow Holes, a popular tourist spot in Salalah City, Oman, on September 2.