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Beyond hauling trees away, Air Cranes have been outfitted with forest fire-fighting equipment, able to quickly fill up a 2,650 gallon belly tank of water in just 45 seconds, and then disgorge those contents on a forest fire.
ELVIS (THE HELICOPTER) IS CHEATING DEATH BY BECOMING A DRONEKELSEY ATHERTONMARCH 17, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
Courts eventually ordered the four men to pay roughly $1 million in disgorged profits and fines.
GAMESTOP FRENZY LEAVES BEHIND A MESS FOR WALL STREET REGULATORSTORY NEWMYER, DAVID J. LYNCHFEBRUARY 3, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The settlement required Bartiromo to disgorge $93,731 in illicit gains and interest.
GAMESTOP FRENZY LEAVES BEHIND A MESS FOR WALL STREET REGULATORSTORY NEWMYER, DAVID J. LYNCHFEBRUARY 3, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The wine is then disgorged — the yeast lees discarded — and topped off with a “dosage” of aged reserve wine with some added sugar.
MAKING CHAMPAGNE WITH LITTLE TO NO ADDED SUGAR IS TRICKY. A RESPECTED PRODUCER IS DOING IT RIGHT.DAVE MCINTYREDECEMBER 18, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Then if I can't set this thing straight, if I can't make somebody disgorge your property, I must take you back with me.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
Memory, however, refused to disgorge the details, and I could only gaze helplessly into the fire.
A LITTLE UNION SCOUTJOEL CHANDLER HARRIS
Zeus grew up, and by some means, suggested by Gaea, compelled Zeus to disgorge all his offspring.
MYTH, RITUAL, AND RELIGION, VOL. 1ANDREW LANG
They dreaded yet more the being forced to disgorge their spoil to appease the discontent.
HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLEJOHN RICHARD GREEN
The parents fly down and disgorge food, which is immediately devoured by the young ones.
THE HOME OF THE BLIZZARDDOUGLAS MAWSON
It is as if they had been killed by the silk which they omit to disgorge because they are unable to make the right use of it.
MORE HUNTING WASPSJ. HENRI FABRE

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