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As I pondered my next move, a very kind man who was waiting to check and inflate the tyres of his dad's car came and quickly assessed my position - an elderly 84-year-old man dressed in my Sunday best and instantly he offered to change the wheel for me.
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This also includes the term 'anaesthetic patient valve', being one that combines the facility to inflate the lungs and ensure one-way gas flow in a single unit.
INFLATE YOUR TIKES TO 65, BUT I'M NOT SURE THAT'S RIGHT.
* Inflate tires in a safety cage or use a stand-off device and deflate fires prior to dismounting.
It uses hydrogen and oxygen with inert gas to inflate the airbag, instead of pyrotechnic substances.
However, the chute didn't fully inflate until the parachute's environmental bag worked free.
Presta valves have a nut on a threaded shaft that seals the air in and must be loosened to inflate the tube.
Angelina Teny had earlier warned that the electoral committee in Bentiu was under pressure by Taban Deng to inflate his votes figures and announce him the winner.
Dear EarthTalk: Is using nitrogen to inflate my car's tires really better for the environment than using air?
Bank officials pressure appraisers to inflate the value of a house in order to increase the amount of the loan.
The X-Tether design, however, places an upper and lower X-shaped tether in the bag, which causes it to inflate in a "figure 8" cross section.