An hydraulic machine, variously constructed, for raising or transferring fluids, consisting essentially of a moving piece or piston working in a hollow cylinder or other cavity, with valves properly placed for admitting or retaining the fluid as it is drawn or driven through them by the action of the piston.
To raise with a pump, as water or other liquid.
To draw water, or the like, from; to from water by means of a pump; as, they pumped the well dry; to pump a ship.
To work, or raise water, a pump.
An inflatable athletic shoe technology marketed by Reebok. Described in US Patent 5113599.
A low shoe with a thin sole.
A closed toe, slip-on shoe that may be worn with suits, semi-formal and formal attire. Characterized by a full enclosure of the foot and a medium to high heel.
a shoe that grips the foot chiefly at the toe and heel, especially a close-fitting woman's dress shoe with a moderate to high heel
The look and feeling a bodybuilder experiences when his/her muscles engorge with blood as the result of intense exercise.
The tight, blood-congested feeling in a muscle after it has been intensely trained. Muscle pump is caused by a rapid influx of blood into the muscles to remove fatigue toxins and replace supplies of fuel and oxygen. A good muscle pump indicates that you have optimally worked a muscle group.
What Arnold Schwarzenegger likened to coming sexually. For the rest of us, it's the encouraging feeling of having a muscle fill with blood as a result of intense training.
The pooling of blood in a muscle due to intense anaerobic exercise.
deliver forth; "pump bullets into the dummy"
a beeper-sized device that delivers insulin through a tiny catheter inserted under your skin
a small device, worn on a belt or in a pocket, that holds insulin
A device that is used to deliver a precise amount of drug at a specific rate.
raise (gases oor fluids) with a pump
a cylinder that you put on your penis
a cylinder which you put over your penis
a unit used for transportation of liquids, fluids and gases through pipes or similar channels
A type of action that loads and ejects shells by pumping the forearm of teh stock back and forth.
draw or pour with a pump
To fall off a route due to excess lactic acid in the forearms.
The extreme forearm fatigue (caused by buildup of lactic acid in the muscles) that is your body's way of telling you go to the pub, or that you've been to the pub too often recently. So-called because your forearms feel as though they've been pumped up, or had wet concrete poured into them which has set. [Tony Buckley
The part of the filter that, along with the motor, determines the flow of water to the filter.
The pump lies in the scrotum and can be felt through the skin. The lower part of the pump is soft and squeezable. The upper part of the pump is hard and contains the deactivation button. This pump opens the cuff to allow the flow of urine.
data pump extracts data from a source system, may perform some filtering and transformation, and loads into a target system(s).
a deal-breaker when a patient considers whether her experience was pleasant or an ordeal
a lightweight, portable infusion device that enables patients to go about their normal lives as they receive pain treatment, while reducing the threat of side effects and addiction from narcotic drugs
A briefed maneuver to stop closure on the threat or geographical boundry while maintaining situation awareness.
All components of the container closure system that are responsible for metering, atomization, and delivery of the formulation to the patient.
That device which draws oil from the tank and pushes it through the oil line to the jack to move the elevator up.
To push the feet in a desired direction by retracting (flexing) and then powerfully straightening (extending) the joints of the lower body
an intravenous line where the patient pushes a button
a fine trap gun, if it is set up right for the individual
A marker that requires cocking to load each paintball into the gun. Similar in appearance and action to a pump-action shotgun.
The part of the water blaster which pressurizes the pressure chamber of the gun, usu. by sliding it back and forth.