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inflater

In the context of fat fetishism, a person whose sexuoeroticism hinges on inflating his or her stomach to the point of “exploding”.
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National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) over the fine and said that it would stop using Takata's airbag inflaters for its front driver and passenger seats in its any of its newer Honda or Acura models.
These tire inflaters are great for garage use, but they are so small, you can carry one on the road in a saddlebag, a tail bag or tank bag in case you have a flat tire, or just need more air when you're out on the road.
Toyota added: "Among the parts collected from the Japanese market, certain types of air-bag inflaters were found to have a potential for moisture intrusion over time.
Takata also thinks that it supplied the defective inflaters to BMW, Chrysler and Ford, Reuters reported.
A workstation-based packing operation with 20 stations might use hand-operated air pillow inflaters to achieve 4,000-boxes-a-day throughput.
Elsewhere, schools identified as grade inflaters by the state were given one year before lottery-funded scholarship requirements that would affect their students are tightened.