Military pilots face similar risks and, for them, the greatest safety advance was the ejector seat.
Kelsey takes that riff further: "The show will be our ejector seat, our launch pad, our final disappearing act."
For instance, the air may be extracted from a condenser by an ejector.
When a train has come to rest, the brakes must be sucked off by the ejector.
Jim whipped open the breech, and the empty shell flew out, for the rifle was an ejector.
This is the principle of the ejector, which engineers have put to many uses.
Under the barrel casing is the ejector tube through which the empty cartridge-cases are ejected from the gun.
Here is a testing die for a part of the ejector of one of our 1911 models.
The small object he'd dropped from the ejector tube now swelled and writhed and struggled.
I had of course no second gun, no ejector, and at times I utterly forgot the motto "Festina lente."