Definitions for "Pneumatic"
A vehicle, as a bicycle, the wheels of which are fitted with pneumatic tires.
Consisting of, or resembling, air; having the properties of an elastic fluid; gaseous; opposed to dense or solid.
Of or pertaining to air, or to elastic fluids or their properties; pertaining to pneumatics; as, pneumatic experiments.
Keywords:  spark, spinther, hylic, gnosis, reunite
the spiritual elect; the divine spark
One who identifies with the spirit ( pneuma) as opposed to the material world ( hylic) or the intellect alone ( psychic). The pneuma is the spark ( spinther) that came from and is drawn to reunite with the Father. One who awakens it within the self does it through gnosis.
Patagonia's version of Gore's Activent laminated, 70-denier polyester ripstop.
A pair of thin, small (usually less than 3" x 6", in the case of striker pneumatics less than 1 1/2" x 5") wooden boards usually hinged at one end and covered with pneumatic cloth so that when suction is applied, movement opposite the hinged end can be used to play a key, adjust the position of the roll (tracking), control the volume of the piano, or perform some other mechanical function. (See Recovering Bellows - click here)
Keywords:  caisson, power
Pneumatic caisson Pneumatic power