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Clinging precariously, the men descended their side till the spray was flying about them.
There was an incessant slapping and chatter at the bows now, varied by a solid thud and a little spout of spray that clattered down on the fo'c'sle.
The hours struck clear in the cabin; the nosing bows slapped and scuffled with the seas; the fo'c'sle stovepipe hissed and sputtered as the spray caught it; and the boys slept on, while Disko, Long Jack, Tom Plait, and Uncle Salters, each in turn, stumped aft to look at the wheel, forward to see that the anchor held, or to veer out a little more cable against chafing, with a glance at the dim anchor-light between each round.
LAHORE -- Wheat growers should use certified chemical sprays to remove weeds.
The 100mm diameter Tempesta hand showers feature up to four spray patterns, including two Rain sprays: Grohe's original Rain spray and its new air-infused RainO2 spray.
Modular gelcoat system sprays up to 12 colors; mounted on 7-ft-long wheeled chassis, which is easily moved and eliminates costly in-house plumbing.
Inyx was selected because of its manufacturing expertise for metered dose sprays in particular and inhalation-therapy products in general.
Instead of chemical sprays, the farmers began preparing sprays made with inexpensive local materials such as neem seed powder and green chilli-garlic extract.
It starts with the even beat of a military helicopter, followed by a plane that sprays a chemical fog.
The index is a relative, not absolute, measure of exposure, says coauthor Steven Stellman; higher scores reflect more gallons being sprayed in an area, being closer to the sprays, and spending a longer time in a sprayed area.
The powder dispersal bell is fed by multiple color lines, mixes the pigments in the atomizer, and sprays a color palette of approximately 160 colors, which can be changed as the paint bell travels around the vehicle.
Half the youngsters received sprays with the bacteria-laced solution; the rest got a bacteria-free spray.
In recent years, oleoresin capsicum (OC) sprays have harnessed the pepper's potent powers and provided a useful tool for the police to use in subduing violent subjects.