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“Barnes started drinking, then smoking pot and then inhaling gas from compressed-air canisters.”
“In 1903 a compressed-air foghorn was installed atop the light.”
“Instead, carpool or take public transit to a community fireworks display, and in advance of it, campaign your local event coordinators to use biodegradable sparklers, or the compressed-air fireworks that Disney uses.”
“Paradoxically, it celebrates a brilliant array of futuristic inventions and technologies, such as centrally heated streets, cheap, compressed-air balloon travel, houses moved by railway and gas-illuminated safety hats for ladies.”
“ReconRobotics has also tested other options, like dropping the robot from a low-flying unmanned aerial vehicle, and launching it from the same kind of compressed-air guns used to fire tear-gas canisters.”
“The group uses compressed-air guns — known as airsoft guns, which fire tiny plastic pellets — in the training exercises, and sometimes they shoot real guns on a closed range.”
“Many of the Subaru plant's early green initiatives delivered quick paybacks and required little effort: dimming assembly-line lights automatically when the workers took breaks, for example, or plugging leaks in compressed-air lines, or recycling more materials.”
“Paintball is a battle-simulation game in which adults shoot paint pellets at each other using compressed-air guns.”
“The muskets used compressed gasoline vapor—a slight modification of the compressed-air blowgun of three days and several centuries ago—to fling round metal balls across a hundred meters with deadly accuracy and bone-shattering kinetic energy.”
“Bardem plays a cold-blooded, determined killer who goes after stolen drug money, using a shotgun and a compressed-air cattle gun as his weapons.”
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