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The material culture of plastic water bags cannot be understood without considering the social and cultural processes that create them (Bulchi 2002).
This duration can significantly be increased by placing water bags on the earth.
Animals were subjected to either manual traction ([T.sub.1]) or caesarean section ([T.sub.2]) depending upon history, time of rupture of water bags, and per vaginal examinations.
Tranmere striker Tommy Coyne collapsed on board a flight after one match suffering from extreme dehydration and manager Jackie Charlton (right) forced FIFA to rule that water bags, but not bottles, could be thrown onto the field of play and consumed.
People also carry traditional earthen pots with an encasement of wicker called Kangri and hot water bags in the pherans to keep themselves warm.
Here, the munition is surrounded with explosives -- and sometimes water bags -- and put in an armour-plated blast chamber, or "bang box".
We've designed our filter to mate with standard pop bottle threads as well as quarter-inch tubing and even the tough plastic water bags that are starting to become popular.
Avoid soaking your feet in hot water or using hot water bags on your legs.
"A recent job involved using water bags to test the load lifting capacity of a pedestal crane sitting on an offshore drilling platform.
The aim of this study was to assess the presence of ESBL-producing Enterobacteriaceae isolates in sachet-packaged water bags sold as drinking water in the streets of Kinshasa, the capital of Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Choose a rental package and IEC will also include a hotel night on arrival in Dangriga, a boat charter to get the group, kayaks and gear out to the reef islands, water bags and other gear.
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