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air supply

The delivery of cargo and supplies by airdrop—either by parachute or, in a free drop, by air landing.
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In the early 1980s, Air Supply became the first Western group to tour China and Taiwan and the duo continues to travel constantly, including recent stops in Canada, England, Ireland, Israel and the Philippines.
Headquartered in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, Valley Air Supply is an industrial gas and welding supply distributor that generated more than USD10m in sales in calendar year 2014.
Valley Air Supply marks Airgas' third acquisition since the beginning of the company's 2016 fiscal year on 1 April 2015, totaling approximately USD 31m in aggregate acquired revenue.
Solving for an appropriate air supply speed that can create target velocities locally requires mathematical optimization.
For each air supply scheme, four measurements were taken, changing the amount of the supplied air from the least amount of fresh air necessary for ventilation of the premises to the maximum possible, considering the capacity of the modelled air heating system.
Russell Hitchcock's trademark tenor voice and Graham Russell's simple songs made Air Supply a group which would go the distance.
Gary Fairbairn, of Dunbar lifeboat, who responded to a mayday from the dive boat, said the man had lost his air supply on the seabed.
They formed the original line-up of Air Supply shortly after that and had a couple of hit singles in Oz.
Should woodstoves and fireplaces have an outdoor air supply, or should they draw on indoor air?
The H800 High Pressure Pump is designed to transfer viscous, solid-laden slurries at high discharge pressures using a 3:1 pressure ratio of inlet air supply to discharge fluid.
air supply direction and temperature of supplied air) were used to determine a required configuration for cooling/ heating of the surface of the thermal manikin.
A new programmable automatic timer for compressed air supply permits prescheduled untended operation of any air-driven equipment.