Finally, the hand dryer - if still on the wall - gave out a feeble waft of lukewarm air equivalent
to letting an asthmatic llama breathe on your hands.
And the LCA Mark II is the real in the sense that it will have much more powerful engine, better radar, it will have air to air equivalent
But lift is generated by deflecting downward a mass of air equivalent
to the mass of the airplane.
Just as people air-kiss Cilla Black on the telly, instead of a proper smooch, perhaps this is Thommo bringing in the air equivalent
of the Glasgow Kiss.
The pilots were breathing air equivalent
to 18,000 feet for 13 minutes for each display, so they were slightly hypoxic.
The alternative MCL (AMCL) is to be set at a level which would "result in contribution of radon from drinking water to radon levels in indoor air equivalent
to the national average concentration of radon in outdoor air.
Stix figures that with 150 of his "laser walls" (see photo), "a mass of air equivalent
to the global atmosphere could be processed once every 10 years.
The reduction of approximately 50,000 tons of smog-forming pollutants is also the clean air equivalent
of taking almost half of Connecticut's cars, 1.