“The most critical part of a rebreather are the oxygen sensors.”
“The blackness around her seemed full of huge shapes, and the strange taste of the rebreather was a constant reminder that she didn’t belong in this cold and inky realm.”
“Rose kept her eyes moving as she wandered through the hazy farmland at a job, the rebreather filtering the foul air still leftover from the war.”
“Her usual rebreather was getting its filters changed, so she borrowed her motherâ€ ™ s red one, the one she wore out.”
“After removing her mask and peeling back her hood, she took off her rebreather, reached down, and accepted the two dry bags from Casey.”
“Cadets wore infinite rebreather masks that reduced visibility, and because they were weightless, cadets had to kick off walls and other surfaces to maneuver.”
““Here you go, sir,” Spencer said, handing her the rebreather.”
“She stuffed the rebreather back into her mouth, then swam closer beneath the surface, her heart pounding in her ears.”
“If she could find him, they could swim away, sharing the rebreather between them.”
“The rebreather itself was practically a living creature, a set of fabricated gills that had to be kept wet even in storage.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘rebreather’.
Machines, apparatuses, or techniques to get air into the lungs or bloodstream.
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heart-lung machine, cardiopulmonary b..., rebreather, pump-oxygenator, Gibbons pump, pump-lung, artificial lung, mechanical ventil..., ventilator, respirator, iron lung, Drinker and Shaw ... and 36 more...
A list for terms and phrases that I haven't (yet) entered into themed lists, including my series of various 151-word Random Palavery lists. Constructions that catch my eye, ring in my ears, tease m...
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