The Tin Woodman had chopped a big pile of wood, and now he made a fire of it, and Oz held the bottom of the balloon over the fire so that the hot air
that arose from it would be caught in the silken bag.
These did occasionally wink a little, as the hot air
barely moved their faint leaves.
All across the meadow lands the hot air
danced and quivered, and in the limpid waters of the lowland brook, spanned by a little stone bridge, the fish hung motionless above the yellow gravel, and the dragonfly sat quite still, perched upon the sharp tip of a spike of the rushes, with its wings glistening in the sun.
We had hardly time to take our place behind a pile of luggage when it passed with a rattle and a roar, beating a blast of hot air
into our faces.
The tiffin was laid on one end only of the long table, and the punkah was stirring the hot air
lazily--mostly above a barren waste of polished wood.
Then there lifted up a huge gray head that Mowgli knew well, and the hot air
was filled with the most desolate cry of all the jungle--the hunting howl of a wolf at midday.
So, when with scufflings and scrapings and a hot air
of importance, paddled up nothing less than the Sahiba's pet palanquin sent twenty miles, with that same grizzled old Oorya servant in charge, and when they reached the disorderly order of the long white rambling house behind Saharunpore, the lama took his own measures.
Almonds are traditionally processed using hot air
at temperatures ranging from 129.
While RE/MAX grew as a company, so did the RE/MAX balloon fleet, and by 1985 there were approximately 48 RE/MAX Hot Air
Balloons in the U.
By 1985, there were approximately 48 RE/MAX Hot Air
Balloons in the U.
8220;Very few organizations have corporate logos that truly come alive to the public in the way the RE/MAX Hot Air
Compared with the use of steam to heat the shrink-wrapping materials, hot air
has the advantage that higher working temperatures can be generated.