Respirators were fixed, and every preparation was made to meet the devilish device.
When the Royal Yarmouth Mail ran its gay career, there were no respirators then.
It acts as the best of all respirators to the mason and the east-wind.
The breaking of carbide must be done by men provided with respirators and goggles, and care taken to avoid the formation of dust.
Respirators are made of wire gauze with cotton wool or a sponge; the substance is poured on and inhaled by the patient.
It has been pointed out that the Turks did not use gas; indeed, they laughed at our respirators.
Being well equipped with (p. 138) gas masks or respirators, we suffered little harm from it.
Men must be warned that if they are slightly gassed before adjusting their respirators or helmets they must not remove them.
But I do not wish to prejudice the use of these respirators, by connecting them indissolubly with the germ theory.
A large proportion of the men were asleep, and the attack was too sudden to give them time to put on their respirators.