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Behind, is its own pressure held in leash of spurred on by the lift-shunts; before it, the vacuum where Fleury's Ray dances in violet-green bands and whirled turbillons of flame.
You can hear the trickle of the liquefied gas flowing from the vacuum into the bilge-tanks and the soft gluck-glock of gaslocks closing as Captain Purnall brings "162" down by the head.
But never before had I come into such close contact with a child; the most I had ever done was, when they were held up to me, to shut my eyes and kiss a vacuum.
It would be such a vacuum as cannot be artificially produced; for if we pump the air from a receiver there remains the luminiferous ether.
This led to their working at night, by light produced in a vacuum by means of Ruhmkorff's apparatus, which threw an artificial brightness into the depths of the Columbiad.
The rate of progress, however rapid it might be, cannot produce any sensible effect on the human frame when it takes place in a vacuum, or when the mass of air circulates with the body which is carried with it.
None of the men got drunk, although there were cocktails in vacuum bottles and red wine in a huge demijohn.
Now, in the natural sciences truth is always a desideratum; and I confess it would seem to be equally so in the present case of domestic uncertainty, which may be called a vacuum where according to the laws of physic, there should exist some pretty palpable proofs of materiality.
COMPETITION II-4 A Review of the Key Competitive Factors II-4 iRobot Eyes Top Spot II-4 Market Share Analysis II-5 Table 2: Global Vacuum Cleaners Market (2013): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for iRobot, Other Robots and Non-Robotic Vacuums by Region (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-5 Dyson All Set to Acquire Controlling Stake in the Global Household Vacuum Cleaner Market II-6 3.
They also use more horsepower than the single-stage pumps to create higher vacuums, up to 12"Hg.
Recently introduced at VDTA 2014, this revolutionary new vacuum looks much like other robotic vacuums that have become a growing trend in recent years, especially the Roomba.
Although using industrial vacuums isn't new to the food industry, many companies have tried in the past to use shop type vacuums to clean up dust and debris, and have found them inadequate under the rigorous demands in the food processing environment.