The rational arguments for this safety fuse were too compelling.
Given the known perils, there had to be a safety fuse.
He pointed to the spool of safety fuse.
He turned to her abruptly, the words exploding as if a safety fuse had blown.
The safety fuse burnt at a rate of typically about 30 seconds per foot (1 second per cm).
He is best known as the inventor of the safety fuse, which was inspired by watching a friend, James Bray making rope.
Until the invention of the safety fuse by William Bickford in 1831, the practice was extremely dangerous.
By 1930, around 160,000 kilometres of safety fuse were being produced each year.
He uncovered the safety fuse, but the matches were damp and would not light.
Yet more than half of the appliances are at risk of damage even personal danger if fitted with the incorrect safety fuse.