BOOMS


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BOOMSBored Out of My Skull
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Before the others could get the warning of the boom, he quietly accomplished many things.
They waited a time that seemed an age, and then the same muffled boom troubled the solemn hush.
Lower till that rope-loop - on the after-leach - kris - no, it's cringle - till the cringle was down on the boom.
Disko did something to the wheel that checked the schooner's way, while Manuel, with Harvey to help (and a proud boy was Harvey), let down the jib in a lump on the boom.
There'll be a boom in South Africans again one of these days, and then I'll see what I can do for you.
Macalister was in the Kaffir market and often told them stories of the sudden fortunes that had been made in the great boom of a year or two back.
Two days later, from the southern slopes of Kilimanjaro, he heard the boom of cannon far away to the east.
Even as he spoke, from high overhead came the deep resonant boom of a village drum.
The pond began to boom about an hour after sunrise, when it felt the influence of the sun's rays slanted upon it from over the hills; it stretched itself and yawned like a waking man with a gradually increasing tumult, which was kept up three or four hours.
The new Low-Profile Sprocket addresses all of these concerns and is available in either greasable or sealed models on compact equipment booms for trenching depths of 18 to 48 inches.
In addition to the standard configurations offered, the Hypro Express Boom can be ordered from the factory with custom tips, piping, gaskets, nozzle bodies and spacing.
People who make their livelihood from vacationers and tourism traffic are extremely anxious to get booms in place and get those preventative measures in place to preserve their livelihoods.