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To leak fluid from, as in a breast implant
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However, in Section 5 we will come up with another proposal for the nonsymmetric case, which we think is better suited to deflate approximate eigenpairs.
The new hump, which manufacturers claim is the world's first 'intelligent' road hump was developed in Manchester to deflate for heavier vehicles like ambulances and fire engines, or for cars travelling under a set speed limit.
We will not hesitate to deflate and debunk pure political hokum.
Some implants deflate (or rupture) in the first few months after being implanted and some deflate after several years; yet others are intact 10 or more years after the surgery.
Some operators seem to think it's necessary to deflate the air springs before tilting the cab.
Still, it was sheer delight to watch this choreographer build and deflate intensity or create transitions out of small movement fragments.
But if boomers' retirements are going to deflate stocks, big changes are coming.
Initially the idea of a moveable wall that could inflate and deflate was explored, but because of the potential for wear and tear, a static solution was developed.
Under the direct deflation method, a terms of trade index (usually defined as the price index for all exports, divided by the price index for all imports) is used to directly deflate the nominal trade balance.
He'll need to remove the valve core and completely deflate the tire.
The new system, known as Transcalm, is made from rubber and contains a fast-working air valve which can deflate the hump.
Petronio's turns metamorphose into startling leaps without warning, then deflate just as unexpectedly into precocious, sensual noodling.