Examples of pneumatic in a Sentence
The movie stars a pneumatic blonde.
a movie star who is remembered mainly as a pneumatic sex symbol of the 1950s
Recent Examples of pneumatic from the Web
Versa Foot’, in 2012, a foot-ankle combination that also uses a pneumatic shock absorber to mimic joint resistance.
Season one started with an eMotor supplied by McLaren Applied Technologies, plus a Hewland five-speed gearbox attached to the motor housing and a pneumatic paddle-shift system.
Musk is in talks to build another sci-fi transportation project known as a hyperloop—train-like pods that transport people at fast speeds in tunnels that are like pneumatic tubes—from Washington, D.C. to Baltimore.
The 1,500-acre site, built on land reclaimed from the Yellow Sea 45 miles southwest of Seoul, features energy-efficient buildings, electric vehicle charging stations, and pneumatic waste-disposal systems.
Oil and gas operations can use down-hole electric submersible pumps to increase productivity and avoid pneumatic controllers that vent greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
The ship has been restored to reflect its original 1942 design as much as possible, but Davies said there have been modern modifications, including a pneumatic steering assist.
Firefighters extinguished the blaze in seconds, but even using pneumatic tools took hours to free the driver and passenger -- who survived.
Electrical, pneumatic, and fire detection systems on the immense aircraft were also successfully tested.
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