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dead air

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(mining engineering)
Air in a mine when it is stagnant or contains carbonic acid.
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For many years almost all of our products were hunting related, but now that has changed substantially with the addition of our tactical and competition-oriented Bergara rifle models and our Dead Air brand of suppressors.
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WORCESTER -- Anyone hoping to listen to Sam Smith, ZZ Top or Miranda Lambert on their favorite Worcester-based radio stations Thursday morning heard nothing but dead air, thanks to a burst water pipe that sent morning show hosts -- and others in the building -- "running for their lives.
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And fair play to Alex Jones too, she did her best to fill all the pregnant pauses with something, anything, other than dead air.
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Thick added: "Any cooling wind comes off the sea, which is behind the stands, so the pull-up area is sheltered and full of dead air from the packed stands.
However, that design wasn't very efficient since a layer of dead air would cling on to the heat sink.

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