HOSES


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HOSESHead of Special Education Services (Australia)
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Put down that hose," he shouted; "put down that hose and go to your--"
He made a wavering half-turn of apology towards the gardener, with the hose still spouting in his hand.
He stood with his head forward for a moment as if looking or listening; and then set off at a trot towards the tower, still trailing the hose behind him.
The sign of the flaming tower," said Father Brown, and sent the driving water from his hose into the heart of the red patch.
After that he resisted no more, and was washed out and scrubbed out and cleansed out with the hose, a big bristly brush, and much carbolic soap, the lather of which got into and stung his eyes and nose, causing him to weep copiously and sneeze violently.
As soon as the earnest money was paid, D'Artagnan took possession of his lodging, and passed the remainder of the day in sewing onto his doublet and hose some ornamental braiding which his mother had taken off an almost-new doublet of the elder M.
Tip: Take the cut piece of the hose with you to the hardware store to ensure that you get the proper size fittings.
Generally, the original equipment manufacturer's hoses will go up inside the boom and be out of the way.
And as the right-hand drawings show, avoid twisting hoses during installation.
MFCP), a leading distributor of fluid connectors, fluid power equipment, instrumentation products, and seals, announced it has acquired American Hose and Fittings, Inc.
Eaton offers a variety of EN45545-2 certified hoses, ranging from wire and textile braided hoses to spiral and air-conditioning hoses (with fire sleeve only).