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  • n. Plural form of drysuit.


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  • F, wearing 7mm thick wetsuits or drysuits (which offer better thermal protection).

    Field & Stream

  • He snowboarded and surfed cold water in drysuits and liked music I'd never heard of, which by default made it better than the stuff I listened to.

    blog: November 2009

  • Human behavior of the day: yoga in the intertidal zone -- practitioners wearing drysuits.


  • Granted, we had drysuits, but that only keeps the hypothermia at bay.

    Happy Mother’s Day!

  • We almost took off our drysuits during our break, but decided not to. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • Though the rain has passed and the sun is back, the dress code for the men on watch on the deck of Groupama 3 hasn't changed: foulies and drysuits are proving essential in the very steady thirty knots or so of NW'ly wind: 'Things are going very well. USA Latest News

  • Wearing drysuits, they floated from the Blue Water Bridge to the old YMCA.

    Paul & Matt's Sports Attack

  • 'We have been living in drysuits and lifejackets since Monday, including when sleeping,' confirms Merron who is eying the course taken by the Franco-Italian duo of David Consorte and Aubry Arnaud on Adriatech in 14th place and Erik Nigon and Marc Jouany on Axa Atout Coeur Pour Aides with envy. USA Latest News

  • Rear Adm. Joseph Castillo said Saturday evening that the chance for finding survivors would be slim, even though the servicemembers had access to heat-retaining drysuits and were in excellent physical shape.

    News for Richmond Times-Dispatch

  • Coast Guard Rear Adm. Joseph Castillo said that there was a chance of life because the missing crew members could have been wearing drysuits and were in excellent physical condition.

    Examiner California Headlines


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