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dead air

[¦ded ′er]
(mining engineering)
Air in a mine when it is stagnant or contains carbonic acid.
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Andi Peters was once forced to host his segment by torchlight when the lighting in the booth went down, while Andy had to sprint along the corridor to rescue the show when it aired nothing but dead air.
"Dead Air" is available for purchase in both print and ebook formats.
It also ties in two other campaigns, Dead Air and Blood Harvest.
And, if you should happen to damage your front cap (Dead Air speaks of droppage, but I think what we're all thinking; baffle glance) then you can unscrew the front cap, install a new one, and continue on.
snot, whips slashing gashes in dead air. But somebody has to run like he
Suleiman Assad, a first cousin once removed of the president, is accused of shooting dead air force Colonel Hassan al-Sheikh in an apparent road rage incident on Thursday evening.
Both men need to be masters of filling dead air as well as responding to surprise announcements.
The protesters gathered in Decatur on Wednesday night two days after white police officer Robert Olsen shot dead Air Force veteran Anthony Hill in Atlanta, press tv reported.
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.''
4) Removal of fly ash from boiler dead air space level 8 elevation 781%.
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