diving bell

NOUN
  1. diving apparatus for underwater work; has an open bottom and is supplied with compressed air
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  • But it is more usual to employ what is called the plenum process, in which air under high pressure is pumped into the caisson and expels the water, as in a diving bell. Scientific American Supplement, No. 417, December 29, 1883
  • Complete "locked-in syndrome," which is sometimes characterized as "living eyes in a dead body" and was the condition described by Jean-Dominique Bauby in The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, [1] is identified by tetraplegia (the paralysis of all four limbs), paralytic mutism (an inability to speak), the oculomotor deviation known as lateral gaze palsy, and the inability to breathe unaided. The Case of Theresa Schiavo
  • A ship that loses energy, a diving bell that gains it.
  • Try "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly," which earned Julian Schnabel a best director nod, or documentary nominee "SiCKO" from director Michael Moore.
  • A diving bell is usually used for operations below 50 metres.
  • Also, Miral'' s directed by Julian Schnabel, who brought the beautiful Diving Bell And The Butterfly to our screens – a film that some of us are still sobbing into our morning coffee over.
  • Talking about water spiders, years ago back in England I kept a diving bell spider Argyroneta aquatica in a freshwater aquarium which contained lots of plants and many other local critters. Huge spider with hairy legs
  • In compressed-gas diving, respirable gas is supplied to the diver (from the surface, from a diving bell or hyperbaric chamber, or from a scuba.
  • February 8, 2008 at 9: 54 pm filarial all great movies! but you havent seen the diving bell and the butterfly have you .. Best of 2007, Part Two of Four ~ Film « 1979 Semi-Finalist…
  • Spiders were diving under water in air-filled diving bells long before man invented the submarine or the bathysphere.
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