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If you want to take things further, you can sew a zipper to the open side of the sack to seal it up.
Recently, the S&P Dow Jones Indices announced that the company would join the Dow Jones Industrial Average, replacing industrial stalwart Exxon—a sort of seal of approval that puts Salesforce in lofty company.
Lids or seals are generally required, but some states say drinks also need to be transported in the trunk.
Some snails survive the trip through fish and birds by sealing their shells and waiting it out.
The suit consists of a pair of overalls with built-in shoes and a seal around the waist.
The device applies vacuum pressure to the lower half of the body while a person is sealed in from the waist down.
Inhaling while wearing a mask that doesn’t form a seal on the face may draw in unfiltered air from the sides, top or bottom, as well as air filtered through the mask.
To make a normal suction cup or vacuum device cling to a bumpy surface, someone might use a squishy seal — one that can deform around bumps to close up gaps.
In truth, it was so intently engaged with a sleeping seal that it had not observed the approach of the sledge.
THE GIANT OF THE NORTHR.M. BALLANTYNE
With this I will end this letter, leaving it in this state until it is time to seal it, in case anything should occur to be added.

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