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The bellows, being expanded by the wind, pulls down the pallet in the wind-chest; the bellows does all the hard work.
Owing to its inertia, no heavy bellows weight can be set into motion rapidly.
Wind from the organ bellows enters the pipe foot F, and raises the pressure in the chamber C.
The box B is permanently supplied with air under pressure from the bellows.
There were twenty-two stops on the Swell, and the Swell bellows was placed inside the Swell box.
That isn't necessary; all you have to do is to work the bellows, and the thing goes by itself.
The boy at the bellows has already pumped the wind-chest full, and there is a wheezing sound of escaping air.
BY BIRTH A LADYGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
He could see its little heart pounding in its chest, and the pumping bellows of the pink lungs that surrounded it.
INSIDEKICKJESSE FRANKLIN BONE
Instantly the three humorists became silent and listened, the blacksmith pumping his bellows mechanically the while.
In accompaniment, some one was beating softly on the anvil, and the bellows were blowing rhythmically.

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