blow hole


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blow hole

1. Same as gas pocket.
2. Same as bug hole.
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Beautiful artwork complements the text, as the whale grows more into his place and as more people experience the blow hole the art work becomes busier and more colourful.
Blow Hole runs in his first handicap today at Kempton (2.45)
The search for a holidaymaker washed into heavy seas after climbing down cliffs to look at a "blow hole" has been called off.
Meanwhile the search for a holidaymaker washed into heavy seas after climbing down cliffs to look at a "blow hole" has been called off.
'Phhht!' came the response as she blew a raspberry through her blow hole. Another tap and another 'Phhht'.
A small child could fit through its blow hole and through it arteries.
Slag inclusions, blow hole defects and eroded molding media and refractory material are all inclusions that can be minimized through the use of filters.
To accelerate the ramming productivity, at 70 ft into the punch the crew removed the tool and the collets, cut a blow hole 15 ft from the casing's rear end, and blew the hard-packed spoil back into the entry pit, having removed all crew members from the area beforehand.
In our enthusiasm to get close to these furry bundles we must have seemed like large orange monsters - chasing after little white seals that were trying to get away, all the while crying for mother, and mother watching anxiously from a blow hole. The whole scene was as unsettling for concerned humans as it was for the seals.
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.
Black Panda helps Blue Whale decide how to rescue Silver Bunny and neutralize the Kappa by spitting them out is blow hole towards land.
"The St Albans' cliff technician showed exceptional courage and entered the cave through the blow hole.