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  • noun Alternative spelling of diving suit.


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  • The newest Neufeldt-Kuhnke rigid diving-suit, armour-plated in cast steel, could just about make it.

    Fear is the Key

  • Ten minutes later, when I'd peeled off the diving-suit, dried off, dressed in shore clothes and was just finishing my second glass of brandy, Captain Zaimis came down to the cabin.

    Fear is the Key

  • Did I stand there and spin a plausible story while the moisture dripping down under my pants from the diving-suit formed a pool of water under my feet and my vis-a-vis examined with interest the scrunched high-necked glistening rubber where my collar and tie ought to have been?

    Fear is the Key

  • "It's much better than to have to put on a diving-suit and carry a cylinder of oxygen or compressed air about on our shoulders."

    Lost on the Moon Or, in Quest of the Field of Diamonds

  • His attendants divested him of his diving-suit, and rubbed his body with rough towels.

    The Submarine Hunters A Story of the Naval Patrol Work in the Great War

  • I've been down myself in a diving-suit, for that matter.

    The Voyages of Dr. Dolittle

  • The emissaries next grabbed the diving-suit and left hurriedly by the way they had come.

    The Master Mystery

  • Corporation is trying to obtain possession of the self-liberating diving-suit which you control in our interest.

    The Master Mystery

  • Some hours later that evening a telephone message came for Locke from the boatman that the diving-suit had been recovered and was being held by him.

    The Master Mystery

  • But Locke's next words which she heard were his decision to test the diving-suit, and as she listened she became tense, for this information she knew was important.

    The Master Mystery


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