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puffer

a person who attends an auction on behalf of the seller and tries to put the price up. Restricted by the Sales of Land by Auction Act 1867 and the Sales of Goods Act 1979. See WHITE BONNET.

PUFFER, commerce, contracts. A person employed by the owner of property which is sold at auction to bid it up, who does so accordingly, for the purpose of raising the price upon bona fide bidders.
     2. This is a fraud which at the choice of the purchaser invalidates the sale. 5 Madd. R. 37, 440; 3 Madd. R. 112; 12 Ves. 483; l Fonb. Eq. 227, n; 2 Kent, Com. 423; 11 Serg. & Rawle, 86; Cowp. 395; 3 Ves. jun. 628; 6 T. R. 642; 2 Bro. C. C. 326; 3 T. R. 93, 95; 1 P. A. Browne, Rep. 346; 2 Hayw. R. 328; Sugd. Vend. 16; 4 Harr. & McH. 282; 2 Dev. 126; 2 Const. Rep. 821;. 3 Marsh. 526.

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It was found that the better the technique the more of the emitted dose was deposited in the airways and that, if the inhaler was not used correctly, there was the potential for no drug to be delivered to the lungs.
There are two main types of portable inhaler devices used in the treatment of asthma and COPD: metered dose inhalers (MDIs), including pressurized MDIs (pMDIs) and breath-activated MDIs (BAIs), and dry powder inhalers (DPIs) (including single-unit dose DPIs, multi-dose reservoir DPIs and multi-unit dose DPIs).
I couldn't play sport without having an inhaler with me at all times.
The Thinhaler is far less bulky than traditional inhalers and can fit easily into a wallet or purse.
The teacher had yelled at her when she'd used the inhaler in class, claiming that she didn't really need it.
They say he made a massive blunder by using the inhaler without getting it checked by team doctors.
Incidentally, those metered dose inhalers should be cleaned at frequent intervals, according to the instructions on the package, to assure that the same dose is delivered each time.
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com/research/k44bbg/combination) has announced the addition of the "Combination Inhalers for Upper Airway Diseases" report to their offering.
If every inhaler user in the UK returned all their inhalers for one year, this would save 512,330 tonnes of CO2 - the equivalent of a VW 1.
Patients can select their language and inhaler to start the real time training on how to use their inhaler device and share their recording with front facing camera with their Physician.
One sufferer, Leah Bryant, could have ended up in hospital after she delayed taking her inhaler on a crowded train.