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in·fla·tor

(in-flā'tōr, -tŏr),
An instrument for injecting air.
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inflator

(in-flāt′ŏr)
An apparatus for forcing air or other gas into an aperture.
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The traditional way that unwary anaesthetists discovered they could not inflate the lungs using the Oxford Inflating Bellows with an Ambu valve was in failing to place the magnet (Figure 4) that disables the adjacent valve by pulling up the steel disk (Figure 4A).
* Inflate a tire while standing in front of the wheel assembly.
The copilot did not inflate his LPFC while descending.
- The airbag ECU, positioned to the right of the module , analyzes signals from the crash sensors to determine whether or not to inflate the airbag.
Therefore, during normal interviews with key personnel, the auditor always should ask--in a straightforward but nonaccusatory way--if anyone in the company has instructed them to inflate inventory information.
Ltd., is providing high capacity tire inflator machines that can inflate up to four tire simultaneously and save 60% time as compared to single stage tire inflator.
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Press and turn CAB know to right to inflate air springs.
But, when appraisal inflation becomes systemic to the loan process and when almost of half of appraisers say they are pressured to inflate appraisals by others involved in the loan closing, then we need to take a closer look and determine exactly what is happening.
The product allows the user to inflate to his or her personal comfort level (approximately 30" X 7" diameter when inflated) to optimize exercises that strengthen and tone abs, obliques, and core muscle groups.
The hearing was told Kelly left the office at Swansea's Enterprise Zone saying she was going to inflate her tyres though no-one was able to tell the inquest whether the tyres actually had been inflated.
In order to inflate their stock prices, companies responded in a variety of ways: by cutting costs, downsizing, specializing, merging, laying off workers, abandoning communities, reducing dividends and avoiding internal investments that didn't promise rapid paybacks.