fire hose

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: hose - a large hose that carries water from a fire hydrant to the site of the firefire hose - a large hose that carries water from a fire hydrant to the site of the fire
hosepipe, hose - a flexible pipe for conveying a liquid or gas
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Rather than train the tenants in how to use the fire hose reels, a decision was made to remove them.
Together, fire fighters and police broke a window and flooded the vehicle with a fire hose to prevent Perez from setting himself, or the vehicle, on fire.
This billfold wallet (PS75) and weekender bag (PS299) are both created from decommissioned fire hose, and the wallet has a parachute silk lining.
The Foundation's first research grant, to the Fire Protection Engineering Department at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, is intended to assist in the research and development of a fireproof fire hose.
In this hall there are also a model of the first fire depot of Astana city (1950), parade uniform of officers, fire fighting gear, and fire equipment: fore-hose barrel and a fire hose.
None have performed better than my Fire Hose Bib Apron from Duluth Trading Co.
com)-- An innovative and effective new product designed to solve a common problem for fire personnel, the Compact Fire Hose Cart, has been developed by Roger Eagle of Huger, South Carolina.
The waistband, cuffs, and pockets are lined in Fire Hose canvas for durability, while the bartacked back pockets staunchly resist rip outs.
There will be the chance to look at emergency vehicles and have a go with a fire hose.
Fire hose testing mirrors the requirements for commercial testing of fire hoses in National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standard 1962.
The Senedd reminds me of a story about a public building in which there was a fire hose attached to a brass tap.