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  • Info An inflatable is an object that can be inflated with a gas, usually with air, but hydrogen, helium and nitrogen are also used. more...
  • The concept has special features, including an inflatable roof that comes out of the centre roof rail.
  • The small amount of material used in the construction of inflatable buildings makes them highly portable.
  • In the last few years inflatable boards have been introduced as well.
  • In the past often used as a tender today it has been replaced in this role by the small inflatable.
  • A beach ball is an inflatable ball for beach and water games.
  • A special version is the inflatable billboard which can stand free nearly everywhere.
  • There is also an inflatable structure bounce house for children three to six years of age.
  • They give him an inflatable boat prior to appearing at the Clock.
  • There is an inflatable section on top of the dam that can slightly increase its size when so desired.
  • The air contained within the walls of an inflatable building becomes a true structural part of the building.
  • The company now has sole rights to commercial development of the inflatable module technology.
  • The show took place in an inflatable purpose-built show dome.
  • In doing so, it consolidated its position on the market for inflatable products.
  • Some companies have developed an inflatable crystal dome which can fit a full team inside.
  • They carried an inflatable canoe to aid them on particular sections of the journey.
  • Its name comes from a German word referring to an inflatable boat.
  • Then, the group takes a ride in giant inflatable balls down a hill of water.
  • The event took place in the Big Love inflatable church on the Saturday afternoon.
  • In another scene, she is a little older and watching a birthday party with an inflatable castle across the street.
  • In wilderness or on a road away from any building, it is an inflatable structure.
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