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  • noun Plural form of airpipe.


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  • This enabled to Ephogers to swim under water while breathing through their airpipes at the surface.

    Enemy in the Dark

  • However no Arkonide has as yet developed webbed hands and feet or airpipes no matter how much he was surrounded by water.

    Enemy in the Dark

  • But his reading was cut into by Ned’s sprightly account of the Magpie rush; by his description of an engine at work on the Eureka, and of the wooden airpipes that were being used to ventilate deep-sinkings.

    Australia Felix


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