puncture


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Synonyms for puncture

flat tyre

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deflate

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humble

Synonyms for puncture

to make a hole or other opening in

to pass into or through by overcoming resistance

to cause to be no longer believed or valued

a small mark or hole made by a sharp, pointed object

Synonyms for puncture

loss of air pressure in a tire when a hole is made by some sharp object

a small hole made by a sharp object

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the act of puncturing or perforating

pierce with a pointed object

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make by piercing

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reduce or lessen the size or importance of

cause to lose air pressure or collapse by piercing

be pierced or punctured

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Comprehensive Table of Contents and more for the report "2015 Biopsy Puncture system Industry Report -- Global and Chinese Market Scenario" is available at http://www.
Headache after diagnostic puncture occurs twice as often as after spinal anesthesia, because of the less traumatic needles used in anesthesia (Alstadhaug, Odeh, Baloch, Berg, & Salvesen, 2012; Ghaleb, 2010).
The most important thing that they can do to help the chances of the puncture being repairable is not to drive on it when it is flat - driving for even a few hundred metres on a flat tyre can damage it and make it irreparable.
Surgical complications of tracheooesophageal puncture and speech valves.
If the puncture is too big then it may not be safe or possible to repair, so you'll need a new tyre.
Window company worker Jenny Rayment, 53, of Llanishen, Cardiff, also got a double puncture driving at night and had to drive to a farm on flat tyres to call for a lift home from partner Viv Clark, 54.
A PUNCTURES are not covered by a manufacturer's warranty.
After the puncture site was cleansed and bandaged, the subject assessed the perceived pain upon initial skin puncture ([t.
Team chief Martin Whitmarsh said the 23-year-old Briton, who was the first English winner of the race since Graham Hill in 1969, was "lucky to finish" the race after picking up his second puncture in the closing stages.
A puncture early in the street race gave the Englishman the perfect opportunity to change strategy, and the 23-year-old made no mistake as he held off Robert Kubica of BMW Sauber and pole sitter Felipe Massa of Ferrari.
The first deals with the site of collection and its blood composition, and the second deals with the pre-analytical issues for collecting blood by skin puncture.
The 17-year-old had five small puncture wounds to his back and was taken to Newcastle General Hospital where he is in a stable condition, having been treated for a collapsed lung.
Concertina wire, ground rods, antenna elements, and even tarps and tents can puncture the thin skin of the shelter roof.
But finding someone to fix the puncture, or replace the tyre, was a far more difficult proposition.