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deflated

deflated Sentence Examples

  • His uncle looked deflated and even more haggard.

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  • Her whole body deflated at his mocking tone.

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  • Deidre's anger deflated at the confirmation of Darkyn's thaw.

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  • The anxiously awaited Friday return occurred not with a bang but the hiss of a deflated balloon as Howie snuck out early and remained invisible the entire weekend.

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  • deflated balloons.

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  • deflated ego.

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  • deflated for easy storage.

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  • "Mansr, I really need some food," she said, deflated.

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  • Her whole body deflated at his mocking tone.

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  • Deidre's anger deflated at the confirmation of Darkyn's thaw.

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  • His uncle looked deflated and even more haggard.

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  • "Mansr, I really need some food," she said, deflated.

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  • angioplasty procedure, a doctor inserts a catheter with a deflated balloon at its tip into the blockage in the artery.

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  • Walked away from Firhill deflated and the stadium announcer was reading the full time scores, which deflated me more!

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  • During an angioplasty procedure, a doctor inserts a catheter with a deflated balloon at its tip into the blockage in the artery.

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  • The report states that a ' cuffing ' effect may occur to the deflated catheter balloon when removing 100 per cent silicone catheters.

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  • The genre is not so much debased as deflated - wedded to the dying fall.

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  • deflated in this way, until the right level of restriction is established.

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  • Some 400 hundred miles later the rear tire deflated to be followed 6 miles later by the front tire.

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  • deflated bouncy castle landed on the hippo repair man.

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  • At the end of the festival the unusual erection will be slowly deflated, leaving no trace of its existence.

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  • The list returned to the bar in dribs and drabs, somewhat deflated.

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  • Yet I still came away slightly deflated - it was just too easy.

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  • Can be inflated with in minutes and are quickly deflated for easy storage.

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  • deflated at regular intervals by a machine.

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  • In future just ask me.' The patient feels very disenchanted and deflated.

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  • The catheter tip and deflated balloon are well lubricated in gel and will slide out, greatly reducing the risk of trauma.

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  • The report states that a ' cuffing ' effect may occur to the deflated catheter balloon when removing 100 per cent silicone catheters.

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  • stadium announcer was reading the full time scores, which deflated me more!

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  • So despite seeing such a brilliant game we were slightly deflated as we trudged through the rain back to the coach.

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  • It is important you are there to love your son unconditionally when he comes home from school with his heart deflated for the first time.

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  • Nintendo Entertainment System Nintendo introduced the home gaming console in the mid-1980's to a somewhat deflated market.

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  • Still, the Xbox 360 has a long way to go to catch up with the giant Sony and the veteran Nintendo.In the years to come, Microsoft will likely have one of two extreme fates: king of the hill, or deflated and dead.

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  • In infants, choking usually results from inhalation of small objects (coins, small toys, deflated balloons, buttons) that they place in their mouths.

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  • Common non-food items that present choking hazards include deflated balloons, buttons, coins, small balls, small toys, and toy parts.

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  • The balloon is rapidly inflated and deflated to open or widen the area.

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  • In infants, choking usually results from inhalation of small objects (e.g., coins, small toys, deflated balloons, buttons) that they place in their mouth.

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  • Common non-food items that are choking hazards include deflated balloons, buttons, coins, small balls, small toys, and toy parts.

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  • The balloon is rapidly inflated and deflated to open or widen the area.

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  • Since oxygen and nutrients are received from the placenta and the umbilical cord instead of the lungs, the ductus arteriosus acts as a "short cut" that allows blood to bypass the deflated lungs and go straight out to the body.

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  • Water wings are also convenient for travel since they take up so little space when deflated.

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