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  • The software would compress the entire drive contents into one large file in the root partition.
  • The bridge was filled in with rubble and dirt, which over time would compress against the abutments.
  • He tried to create an engine which would compress the fuel mixture prior to ignition, but failed as that engine would run no more than a few minutes prior to its destruction.
  • He tried to create an engine that would compress the fuel mixture prior to ignition, but failed as that engine would run no more than a few minutes prior to its destruction.
  • The formation of plane concentrations would compress the gas through shock waves generated during the collapse, increasing the temperature.
  • The Colonel would compress his lips, cussing every Yankee on earth. Cited from Watch Yourself Go By, by Al. G. Field
  • DD/AD was so invisible that it would compress anything outside the System folder, including applications and various resources.
  • The rice would compress and merge during the cooking process.
  • Finite belief limits all things, and would compress Mind, which is infinite, beneath a skull bone. Cited from Science and Health/Key to The Scriptures, by Eddy
  • If these were kept soft to maintain comfort they would compress too much under a heavy payload, restricting axle travel when off-road and compromising handling.
  • The offline process would compress the used data across the minimum amount of drives allowing for the removal of one of the lesser capacity drives.
  • Rules outlawing this practice were circumvented through use of heavy round strickles, which would compress the contents of a bushel.
  • This would compress the air out of the linen envelope, which was to be withdrawn when the aluminium casing had been completely filled with gas. Cited from A History of Aeronautics, by E. Charles Vivian
  • During CPU idle, MagnaRAM would compress the information in its own RAM buffer.
  • The trail rested on two spring-supported rollers, which would compress during firing and allow the shock of recoil to be transmitted to the floor of the car.
  • On some farms the loose hay was stored in a barrack, shed, or barn, normally in such a way that it would compress down and cure.
  • The most heartless of Japanese gardeners could never twist and torture a plant into freak beauty more surely than the German system of government would compress the governed into a sham civilization. Cited from "Over There" with the Australians, by R. Hugh Knyvett
  • He was put to work developing methods for, and overseeing, the casting of explosive lenses which would compress a plutonium core, resulting in an implosion.
  • Almost immediately, Teller saw its merit, but noted that soft X-rays from the fission bomb would compress the thermonuclear fuel more strongly than mechanical shock and suggested ways to enhance this effect.
  • This was done on the supposition that, when the balloon rose high, the hydrogen being rarefied would compress the little globe within, and press out of it a quantity of ordinary air equal to the amount of its dilation. Cited from Wonderful Balloon Ascents, by F. (Fulgence) Marion
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