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a weighted and hermetically sealed garment supplied with air


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Technavio's analysts forecast the global diving suit market to grow at a CAGR of 4.
Bringing diving suits into Gaza requires a special permit, which this specific shipment hadn't attained.
We will get there somehow - even if we have to pack our diving suits and flippers to make sure.
SNAKES, diving suits and skeletons are among the bizarre items left behind by students in Birmingham.
Snakes, diving suits and skeletons have replaced traffic cones and road signs as the 'musthave' collectables left behind by students in Birmingham.
Engineer Chris Stephen, of Aberdeen, tests diving suits for the Navy for his day job but has just started performing with the group Comedy Capers.
But as they waded over the partly submerged causeway, wearing diving suits and carrying breathing apparatus, the tide swept them into the water.
It was the Rouquayrol-Denayrouze helmet design that inspired Captain Nemo's diving suits in Jules Verne's undersea epic 20,000 Leagues under the Sea, first published in French in 1870 and translated with huge success into English three years later.
Company divers will borrow self-cooling Navy diving suits and wear hard-hat helmets for dives in 90-degree water.
Hunter, which is privately owned, manufactures dry diving suits for professional divers who are active in advanced rescue services and defense.
National contract notice (request for information): Diving Suits For Rescue Dredges
Two tenders for the supply of (a) 14 diving suits, 128 rescue rubber tools and 128 life jackets for staff at subordinated pumping stations, also (b) measuring and safety instruments for the same.
The novelty full diving suits began when Ben was asked to make a Batman diving suit for someone as a present.
A second option would be for men to put on individual diving suits and climb, two at a time, into an escape compartment.
Various types of protective products, primarily chemical protective and diving suits, are produced in Ystad, where the number of employees totals 89.