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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?
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Although it's true that lifejackets are hot and uncomfortable, they are sleeker and much more comfortable than ever.
The 19-year-old, who flew into Heathrow from Athens on Saturday, said there was a scramble for lifejackets and she did not have one for 40 minutes.
Lifejackets make sense but wearing an inflated version all day is uncomfortable.
Independent investigators almost always called for the presence, passenger training and use of lifejackets.
FOUR out of five lifejackets worn by the crew of a doomed Scots fishing boat failed to inflate, says a damning new report.
I thought a set of lifejackets would come in useful and had the idea we could pay for them with recycled stamps rather than cash."
BUDDING businessman Chris Pollard has sailed into a legal row over his cheap lifejackets.
Mr Bailey said skippers of open boats less than 4.8 metres long were required by law to make sure all passengers younger than 12 years were wearing lifejackets whenever the vessel was underway.
The charity created a "graveyard of lifejackets" outside Westminster, made from real lifejackets worn by desperate people.
The three youths - none of whom were wearing lifejackets - were rocking the boat and larking around as they were carried under Conwy bridge by the tide at about 5pm, said Holyhead coastguard.
"Nobody ever expects to get into trouble and need a lifejacket," states Ross Spencer from SOS Marine, manufacturers of commercial and professional lifejackets used for more than two decades by the Federal Police, marine rescue, the Royal Australian Navy and Coast Guard.
SPECIALIST Merseyside marine supplier International Safety Products (ISP) is to supply 180 assault troop lifejackets to the Pakistan navy.
All RNLI lifeboat stations in the north are to receive new lifejackets as part of the charity's continuing quest to improve equipment.
LIFEBOAT crews in the North will receive new state-of-the-art lifejackets in 2012 - and they are appealing for help to raise the pounds 100,000 needed to fund them.
Mr Rogers runs Bootle-based International Safety Products (ISP), which produces inflatable lifejackets.