In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1equipo de submarinismo masculino
- This trick, a woman is locked in a cage, no scuba - no scuba gear, basically holding her breath.
- Breathing the very cold air from an open-circuit scuba system can chill the inner core of the body; after all, the lungs are a major area of blood supply.
- Shooters can fill the compressed air tank from either a standard scuba tank or from a high-pressure hand pump.
- It's not hard to make a normal scuba tank last for an hour very near the surface.
- Try-dives are organised to give anyone interested a taste of breathing underwater using a scuba unit in a safe, controlled environment.
- You fill it from a scuba tank, and then shoot dozens or even hundreds of shots before refilling with air.
- Some are large, but many are little more than a boat, a few lines of oysters, a scuba tank, a shed, and a determined pearl farmer and his family.
- My slowpoke trawler, the Sea Cow, was equipped with a portable scuba compressor.
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