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It is the second time this year that raiders have attempted to dislodge a cash machine by flooding it with gas and blowing it off the wall.
In the Nov/Dec 2010 issue, Ruth Raker, Panama City Beach, Florida, asked about semi-hard deposits on her tonsils-a problem that dentists call tonsillar stones and sometimes dislodge while using a topical anesthetic.
If they cannot dislodge the object, carry out back blows: stand to the side and slightly bend the casualty forwards, then give them up to five substantial blows between the shoulder blades.
While one of the crew, Chris Bewick, called for paramedics, another, Kris Murray, grabbed Mrs Musgrave, who has a pacemaker, and began to slap her on the back in the hope it would dislodge the blockage.
Then use the spoon end, along with a Yankauer sucker, to dislodge and evacuate the clot.
Sullivan mentions, that the prevailing wisdom is difficult to dislodge in the public mind.
The Sony Pictures Entertainment's release, ``Click,'' bows today in more than 3,700 theaters and is expected to dislodge the animated hit ``Cars'' from the No.
He then shows how the 21-year-old Washington gained further experience with the Virginia militia in the campaign to dislodge the French from Fort Duquesne during the French and Indian War.
This result indicates that shear stress and turbulence required to fully dislodge the fiber network are not delivered by the fluid streams.
Taylor, we thought, hadn't much going for him other than a nose for publicity and the chutzpah to assert Shakespeare's authorship with a certainty bordering on contempt for those who thought otherwise: "this poem belongs to Shakespeare's canon and, unless somebody can dislodge it, it will stay there" (New York Times, 25 December 1985, A 40, quoted by Vickers, 3).
Tap the microphone or earphone in your hand to dislodge dirt stuck in the openings.