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exhaust

(Deplete), verb absumere, conficere, consume completely, consumere, debilitate, deflate, deprive of strength, devitalize, dissipate, drain, draw, draw out, empty, enervate, enfeeble, expend, fatigue, overtire, reach the end of, run through, sap, spend, strain, tax, tire, use, use up, waste, weaken, wear out, weary
Associated concepts: exhaust all available assets

exhaust

(Try all possibilities), verb carry to compleeion, complete, exhaurire, finish, follow through, litigate completely, treat thoroughly, use up available remedies
Associated concepts: exhaustion of administrative remedies, exhaustion of remedies, exhaustion of state remedies
See also: complete, conclude, consume, debilitate, deplete, disable, dissipate, emit, expend, outlet, outpour, overdraw, spend
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Listed as the Audi Sport RS Titanium exhaust in the RS6 option list, this lightweight performance exhaust is claimed to produces a more powerful sound, lower weight and improved performance.
When exhaust systems wear out, they create a serious safety of flight risk.
Automotive exhaust systems perform main three functions: channel exhaust gases out of the engine, reduce the noise generated by high-velocity exhaust gases, and clean up emissions that are harmful to the environment.
Akrapovic exhausts are due to be released for the CB600F Hornet and all-new CBR600F in April, priced at of pounds 628.
North Eastern Tyre and Exhausts has specially trained technicians and welders on-site at Brotton to be able to deal with customer requests.
A taxpayer's failure to seek competent authority assistance generally will constitute a failure to exhaust all effective and practical remedies for purposes of section 1.
However, the off-blast operating cost for the wet scrubber is substantially higher than that for the dry system due to the higher connected horsepower (hp) associated with the exhaust fan and water system pumps.
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Regulatory agencies continue to revise the Permissible Exposure Levels (PEL) for various compositions of vehicle exhausts found in the workplace.