- The hydraulic press doesn't present the fire or safety hazard the implosive sleeve process does.
- It describes an implosive economy of violence in which only an outsider could intervene: it is an economy running on poverty and isolation (not an ontological ‘male’ malevolence).
- It has through its expertise in metallurgy and design diversified through research and product innovation into various fields such as implosive fittings for overhead transmission lines.
- And aside from an overwrought moment or two, all four actors turn in gracefully subtle and passively implosive performances.
- This process uses implosive energy to do the work of compression.
- But none of these assessments really responds to the way this novel repeats, elaborates, and extends Rushdie's earlier representations of explosive and implosive life shapes.
- Even though it has a great many potentially implosive elements stacked against its success, it is actually a very good, very intense action thriller.
- In other words, what interests them are not explosive climaxes, where phrases erupt and spew forth Vesuvius-like, but something more quiescent, thoughtful and indeed, implosive.
- He looked as if he was about to collapse from an implosive impact.
- There are several advantages in using an implosive source for seismic imaging beneath the seafloor.
- This paper describes the basic principals behind this new technology and compares the implosive method with the hydraulic method.
- The scene is utter heartbreak and further clarifies Tracy's underlying implosive anger.
- The pressure is implosive; few players make the transition to tennis star without losing a sense of perspective.
- We propose to continue, and hopefully complete, development of an implosive seismic source which can be used on the seafloor.
- The actor Oliver Reed who played Gerald in the 1969 film had an implosive presence onscreen.