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  • The heavy head could have been useful for diving after food.
  • He later received a yellow card for diving in the match.
  • They also wanted tourists who had arrived for diving to continue visiting the area.
  • This is done for ships, but for diving it is generally not worth the trouble.
  • Later they turned to him to produce more helmets for diving operations.
  • The rocks have formed a low sea arch, a popular place for diving.
  • The two rocks are also a great place for diving.
  • It is an area renowned for its marine wild-life offering the best areas for diving.
  • They are a popular spot for diving due to the shipwrecks around them.
  • It was so called because it could be used for diving, or as an industrial breathing set on land.
  • Oxygen first aid has been used as an emergency treatment for diving injuries for years.
  • It has become one of the most attractive cities to visit for diving sports and accommodation.
  • If it is a public pool designed for diving, it may slope from in the deep end.
  • When this primitive craft was closed for diving there was only sufficient air to support life for half an hour. Cited from Carolina Chansons, by DuBose Heyward and Hervey Allen
  • But his chest, Sir, his chest, see how that is formed on purpose for diving. Cited from Nature and Human Nature, by T. Haliburton
  • It features a pontoon great for diving into the deep water.
  • A pier was constructed for use and a platform was built in the water for diving.
  • Besides, its speed was too slow for diving. Cited from Essays in Natural History and Agriculture, by Thomas Garnett
  • This may be equipment primarily intended for this purpose, or equipment intended for other purposes which is found to be suitable for diving use.
  • Due to the depth of the water, this beach is suitable for diving and also for fishing.
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