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Thanks to tiny perforations in the polyester build that boost air flow, sweat disappears immediately.
Razer’s Arctech cases employ a proprietary material called Thermaphene that draws heat out from the back of the device and vents it through small perforations in the back of the case.
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He had several books containing large forms divided by perforation into four parts.
I took a sheet of paper to him, and showed him how easy it would be by perforation to tear off the stamps as needed.
When preserved whole, with merely a perforation at the top, they are used to carry water, some holding nearly three gallons.
Originally determined by the slat of wood which strengthened the wall-plate at the point of its perforation by the trunnels.
HISTORY OF ANCIENT ARTFRANZ VON REBER
The ordinary dagger would have made a wider perforation with a corresponding increase in the blood-flow.
THE SHRIEKING PITARTHUR J. REES
Yet other limpets belong to the next family Fissurellid, which is characterised by a perforation or a notch in the shell.
THE SEA SHOREWILLIAM S. FURNEAUX
In 1844 M. Desmarest reported the erosion and perforation of sheets of lead by a species of Bostrichus and by Callidium.
THE INSECT WORLDLOUIS FIGUIER
Of course, in the event of a serious perforation of the hull neither of these forms of surplus buoyancy would bring the boat up.

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