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life jacket

slang A condom. My dad slipped a life jacket in my pocket as I headed out on my prom date, and my face turned so red I thought I would burst into flames. What kind of idiot has a one-night stand without a life jacket on these days?
See also: life
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"I think a lot of fishermen believe a life jacket won't actually save their life if they fall overboard, but they don't think about how wearing a life jacket might make things much easier for their families if the worst does happen."
SPY STYLE: Daniel Craig in his ISP life jacket on the Thames
Craig Currie, 30, and three pals might have survived if they had worn properly functioning life jackets, a fatal accident inquiry heard.
Life jacket use among youth rose from about 51 percent in 1999 to about 65 percent in 2010, the study found.
He said: "Our crew members wore life jackets for the first time during a recent shout to rescue a drifting trawler 14 miles out to sea."
Organiser Rob Storrar said: "We hope to raise pounds 9,000 to cover the cost of the new life jackets which are an essential equipment update to help the volunteers at Tynemouth RNLI lifeboat station stay safe while they rescue others."
Adult boat passengers are not required to wear life jackets in New York, but boats must carry at least one life jacket per person.
One of the best things you can have around is a life jacket. No one knows that lesson better than two Sailors, ages 28 and 36, whose recreational boat sank one Saturday in October.
"What a Life Jacket does is save and protect lives," said Alan Teichelman, Mogul Security's president.
They offer the patented Life Jacket locking gun cases for pistols, revolvers, shotguns, and All 5 rifles.
'When we got him into the barrage he got in a tiny rubber dinghy and rowed to shore without wearing a life jacket,' said a spokeswoman.
RFD (Australia) Pry Ltd, a leader in marine safety and survival equipment, has announced that its Australian-designed and manufactured Type 11A inflatable life jacket has been approved to Australian Standard AS1512 effective December 2001.
A proper-size life jacket can mean the difference between life and death for a child involved in a boating accident.
Did you lose a fender last year, causing someone to use a life jacket between the boats instead?