pressure-release love

pressure-release

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  • The move is more of a pressure-release valve than a direct action, and doesn't do anything to address underlying problems in Europe.

    Swaps Will Get Dollars Into European Banks' Hands

  • I can see this being a "social pressure-release valve" for people.

    A Broad Coalition to Take on the Banksters

  • Kevin, I don't mean to be a hater, but this type of event is organized specifically as a social pressure-release valve.

    A Broad Coalition to Take on the Banksters

  • That changed when the build-up of steam in the reactor core blew the pressure-release valves.

    The Edge of Madness

  • There should be a safety pressure-release, but this too appears to be blocked.

    latin lover

  • The workers' challenges this week have included struggling for hours to open a pressure-release valve and allow water to enter the reactors.

    The Seattle Times

  • Among them would be a pressure-release valve in the water system, and adjustments in the opening of the front grill.

    The Seattle Times

  • Officials notified teams Sunday that it is adding pressure-release valves to cooling systems and reducing the size of the grill openings.

    The Seattle Times

  • They offered her a pressure-release mattress to make her more comfortable but she declined it, St John's spokeswoman Fiona Athersmith said.

    Stuff.co.nz - Stuff

  • In October, OSHA proposed a new round of fines totaling $87 million and noted what it claims were 439 new "willful" violations involving pressure-release systems on units at the refinery.

    The Daily News - News

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