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Cars travelling faster than the set limit will not deflate the ramp, which will then act like a conventional speed hump.
To determine the feasibility as well as the impact of deflating the monthly Census trade data, the Bureau attempted to deflate monthly trade data for the past 4 years using the import and export price indexes already available.
As vehicles drive over it at the designated speed, the system deflates, minimising disruption.
All these alien intrusions do manage to deflate some of Klamen's work, setting up pictorial languages that cannot be easily reconciled.
with only 46 million Generation-Xers waiting to take their place, the nations talent bubble is about to deflate.
Exhausted Fossett, who had only 15 minutes' sleep the night before, was tossed head over heels in his tiny capsule as he struggled to deflate it.
The medical bed will sense pressure points and inflate or deflate air chambers to reduce stress.
But it will NOT deflate for motorists exceeding the speed limit.
Aside from its obvious silliness, our results deflate this claim.
The Company has stated that these types of libelous attacks, in an effort to deflate DataMeg Corp.
While a leaking saline implant will deflate quickly, alerting the patient, silicone implants can leak slowly over a period of years.
After squeaking out a 102-minute sudden-death march to eliminate Salesian of Los Angeles in the semifinals, Paraclete's seniors weren't about to let fatigue deflate them after three consecutive second-round losses cut those seasons short.