There is also a “Women Doing Their Make-Up On the tube” Tumblr.
Quaid had another brilliant turn on the tube when he played Lyndon Johnson in the miniseries LBJ: The Early Years, in 1987.
The tube was to be inserted so it could suction out the blood and air packed in the chest and prevent the lung from collapsing.
“In order to save the day, I had to siphon gasoline out of a car, which involved me sucking it out of a tube,” said Donahue.
Patients often become frightened of moving suddenly because of a concern the tube might slip out.
At first there is no pain; subsequently there comes on considerable uneasiness at some portion of the tube.
They hammer this tube into the ground and let some steam pass through the nozzle.
Borders, such as are seen on test-tubes, are made by pressing the softened edge of the tube against a small iron rod.
The wheelman rang the speed-bell, and then spoke through the tube to the engineer.
When the crystals accumulate so as to impair the cell, the tube is slipped off and a new one put on.
1610s, from Middle French tube (mid-15c.), from Latin tubus "tube, pipe," of unknown origin. The London subway was christened the Twopenny Tube before it even opened (H.D. Browne, in the "Londoner" of June 30, 1900); tube for "cylindrical railway tunnel" is attested from 1847. The meaning "TV as a medium" is from 1959, short for cathode ray tube or picture tube. Tube top as a women's clothing style is attested from 1972. Tube steak is attested from 1963 as "frankfurter," slang meaning "penis" is recorded by mid-1980s. Tubing as a recreational pastime is recorded from 1975.
tube (tōōb, tyōōb)
A hollow cylinder, especially one that conveys a fluid or functions as a passage.
An anatomical structure or organ having the shape or function of a tube; a duct.