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Safety: methods for preventing occupational and other accidents and disease - Page 181
by William Howe Tolman, Leonard Bullock Kendall - 1913 - 422 pages
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Dynamo Laboratory Outlines for Students in Electrical Engineering

John Fay Wilson - Electric engineering - 1913 - 129 pages
...weight of your body is gradually, but not ciolently, brought to bear upon the subject (see Fig. 2). This act should take from two to three seconds. (d)...back—a complete respiration in four or five seconds. while it is being continued, an assistant should loosen any tight clothing about the subject's neck,...
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Dynamo Laboratory Outlines for Students in Electrical Engineering

John Fay Wilson - Electric engineering - 1913 - 129 pages
...weight of your body is gradually, but not violently, brought to bear upon the subject (see Fig. 2). This act should take from two to three seconds. (d)...to fifteen times a minute the swinging forward and back — a complete respiration in four or five seconds. while it is being continued, an assistant...
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Dynamo Laboratory Outlines for Students in Electrical Engineering

John Fay Wilson - Electric engineering - 1913 - 129 pages
...weight of your body is gradually, but not violently, brought to bear upon the subject (see Fig. 2). This act should take from two to three seconds. (d)...position shown in Fig. 1. (e) Repeat deliberately twelve t- --^ a minute the swinging forward and back — a cr i in four or five seconds. G while it is being...
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Essentials of electrical engineering: a text book for colleges and technical ...

John Fay Wilson - Technology & Engineering - 1915 - 345 pages
...weight of your body is gradually, but not violently, brought to bear upon the subject (see Fig. 2). This act should take from two to three seconds. (d)...to fifteen times a minute the swinging forward and back — a complete respiration in four or five seconds. (/) As soon as this artificial respiration...
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Standard Wiring for Electric Light and Power: As Adopted by the Fire ...

Harry Cooke Cushing - Electric wiring - 1915 - 224 pages
...weight of your body is gradually, but not violently, brought to bear upon the subject (see Fig. 2). This act should take from two to three seconds. (d)...swing backward so as to remove the pressure, thus returnig to the position shown in Fig. i. (e) Repeat deliberately twelve to fifteen times a minute...
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Industrial Accident Prevention

David Stewart Beyer - Accidents - 1916 - 421 pages
...weight of your body is gradually, but not violently, brought to bear upon the subject (see Fig. 2). This act should take from two to three seconds. (d)...pressure, thus returning to the position shown in Figure I. (e) Repeat deliberately twelve to fifteen times a minute the swinging forward and back —...
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Diseases of Occupation and Vocational Hygiene

George Martin Kober, William Clinton Hanson - Employees - 1916 - 918 pages
...but not violently, brought to bear upon the subject (see Fig. 28). This act should take from 2 to 3 seconds. (d) Then immediately swing backward so as...pressure, thus returning to the position shown in Fig. 27. (c) Repeat deliberately 12 to 15 times a minute the swinging forward and back— a complete respiration...
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Modern Electrical Construction: A Reliable, Practical Guide for the Beginner ...

Henry Charles Horstmann, Victor Hugo Tousley - Electric engineering - 1916 - 439 pages
...violently, brought to bear upon the subject (see Fig. 207). This act should take from two to three seconds. Immediately swing backward so as to remove the pressure, thus returning to the position shown in Fig. 206. d. Repeat deliberately twelve to fifteen times a minute the swinging forward and back — a complete...
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Diseases of Occupation and Vocational Hygiene

George Martin Kober, William Clinton Hanson - Employees - 1916 - 918 pages
...but not violently, brought to bear upon the subject (see Fig. 28). This act should take from 2 to 3 seconds. (d) Then immediately swing backward so as to remove the pressure, thus returning to tte position shown in Fig. 27. (e) Repeat deliberately 12 to 15 times a minute the swinging forward...
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Standard Wiring for Electric Light and Power as Adopted by the Fire ...

Harry Cooke Cushing (jr.) - Electric wiring - 1917 - 360 pages
...weight of your body is gradually, but not violently, brought to bear upon the subject (see Fig. 2). This act should take from two to three seconds. (d)...swing backward so as to remove the pressure, thus returnig to the position shown in Fig. i. (e) Repeat deliberately twelve to fifteen times a minute...
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