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Low-pressure

Low-pressure

Having, employing, or exerting, a low degree of pressure. Low-pressure steam engine, a steam engine in which low steam is used; often applied to a condensing engine even when steam at high pressure is used. See steam engine.


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Topic: Does other animals have faster nerve speeds?
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