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Now, scientists have discovered that its skull was adapted to allow Tiktaalik to use both suction and biting while feeding.
There are few bells and whistles—it’s pretty much an upright without any tools or attachments, and you have to empty the bin and clean the filter regularly to maintain the suction power.
With an under $150 vacuum, you should expect a significantly shorter battery life, smaller bins, and less suction power.
This one’s the better pickup over the similarly priced V7 since it comes with two extra attachments, a boost in suction power, and 10 extra minutes of run time.
There are a variety of colors to choose from and, best of all, once you pick your colors you can find matching divided suction plates and changing mats.
Each arm is equipped with a suction device that sticks because of water.
As the clock struck twelve he gave the signal at which the large suction-pump was to be set in motion.
And always the usual work of the suction-pumps went on, those pumps now fixed to this great reservoir of millions.
THE NABOBALPHONSE DAUDET
The first and second lead precipitates were filtered by suction and washed with water.
In the storerooms above the electric engine room there was one 3-inch suction.

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