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life preserver

slang A condom. My dad slipped a life preserver 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 preserver on these days?
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Life Preservers Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit with a mission to collaborate with artists, musicians, filmmakers, and writers along with other like-minded charities to educate and entertain while raising awareness and much-needed funds for the victims of Human Trafficking in the New York City region.
Accordingly, we strongly recommend that if you are going to be flying over water and have life preservers, that they be put on prior to flight.
Pink wave print and pink life preserver print-cut from each:
FAA spokesman says flight attendants at Mokulele Airlines are not properly trained in the use of life preservers and fire extinguishers, and flights have been grounded until the required training is complete.
To help prevent trouble, manufacturers make everything from deer repellents and fences to dog life preservers and pool-exit devices.
Do not store life preservers where they can become wet and mildewed.
You can buy life preservers worn round the neck which inflate on contact with water.
ALSE techs, on Page 41 of PS 611 (Oct 03), we said to inspect the life preservers (LPU-10) every 120 days.
At the last minute, however, newcomers Rachel Sage and Gregory Douglass step in and act as life preservers. Sage's interestingly textured "What If," coupled with her unusual vocals, elevates her above the sensitive-girl pack, while sensitive-boy Douglass's harmony-rich ballad "Hard" is the sweetest, most moving track on the entire disc.
The Tiny Bubbles collection offers a variety of terry animal puppets wearing bright nylon life preservers.
Ushers should issue life preservers and signal flares; they should lash us to our pews." (Annie Dillard in Teaching a Stone to Talk; Harper & Row)
At Home International is offering By the Sea; Nikko's South Beach collection recalls the mood of the southern seaside community; Oceana, Sakura's new Port of Call pattern features a marine design; and Cardinal's new serveware is decorated with lighthouses, life preservers and other sea motifs.
This section is illustrated by photographs of testing experiments in progress on diverse products, such as air traffic control systems, gas fires and life preservers. Although the pictures break up the text, they do not add much to the learning aspects of the book.
* Learn cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and keep a telephone and emergency equipment -- such as life preservers and a shepard's hook -- poolside.
Photo: Storage room tucks under main section of deck, behind a wall recess where the life preservers hang