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Melvin started to fume and his eyes widened.
Oh, geez, she said, reaching for the fume hood.
As he read over the program, he began to silently fume.
But in the West the dying sun had set all the fume on.
To smell the gentle smoke of tea, fume of the pan, sizzling butter.
A fume cupboard took up most of the far wall of the inside of the hut.
It seemed as if there was some sulphurous fume, which at times made me dizzy.

He would take the varnish off up in his shop where he had a wind-trap fume hood.
As they went south the fume of Rauros rose and shimmered before them, a haze of gold.
In fume hood slowly add it and a magnetic Teflon-coated stir bar to the cold nitric acid.
It might have had less fume, but it had a lot of belly and she knew this buzz was going to last.
The town, as he sat upon the car, stretched away over the bay of railway, a level fume of lights.
Hearing the dogs bark outside, Bohdan began to fume waiting for the warden to answer his question.
Silica fume is an highly active mineral admixture for concrete which is widely used in recent years.
A strong sulphurous fume issues from an irregular hole in the side of the hill of about 2 feet diameter.
And why do we fuss and fume sometimes? Why are we perverse and ask for something else? We don't know what ourselves.
Kyrin slammed her door shut and sat down on the bed to fume, How does he expect me to trust him!? It’s absurd!.
I didn't fume that much, seeing as how it had taken me close to two hours to get home from where I had gotten out of the car.
But already Sam was more than half way up the base, and the plain of Gorgoroth was dim below him, wrapped in fume and shadow.
Gang your ways home, quo’ I very coolly, for I hae a notion that a’ this hobleshow’s but the fume of a gill in your friend Robin’s head.
It was a good size jug with a glass stopper and its contents smelled a lot tastier than what the kids were drinking, even putting off a little trace of fume.
Silica fume is an ultrafine byproduct of production of ferrosilicon or silicon metal and contains particles of the spherical form with average diameter 0,1µm.
After a few silent minutes of drinking and savoring what little fume this brew put off, she was staring into a dimension of space-time that Jorma’s math couldn’t quite find.
Once they'd gone off with the Personnel man to finish the paperwork, Fred settled back to fume over his humiliation of the morning, while he awaited the late arrival of his staff.
She was very glad when it was all over and she was quiet in her bed, where she could think and wonder and fume till her head ached and her hot cheeks were cooled by a few natural tears.
Mostly due to effective modifiers (superplasticizers and silica fume) industrial technology of concrete production at given strength range have been developed and appropriate standards were worked out.
Other lumbermen could only fume inwardly and Southern lady could lie about a gentleman but a Southern gentleman could not lie about state heatedly, in the bosoms of their families, that they wished to God Mrs.
This distressed him but somehow he knew that trying to say something into the thick silence, anything, would be a bad idea, so he remained calm and tried not to fume at his feelings of helplessness and rejection.
The interior of the small hut now looked very different: a fume cupboard took up most of the far wall; lab coats, goggles and facemasks hung neatly from hooks by the door; new glassware, with safety lids, gleamed and shone through the window of the sterilisation unit.
There was a moment's silence, during which Sinbad gave himself up to thoughts that seemed to occupy him incessantly, even in the midst of his conversation; and Franz abandoned himself to that mute revery, into which we always sink when smoking excellent tobacco, which seems to remove with its fume all the troubles of the mind, and to give the smoker in exchange all the visions of the soul.
Brooke's patience to the utmost, displeased his grandfather by practicing half the afternoon, frightened the maidservants half out of their wits by mischievously hinting that one of his dogs was going mad, and, after high words with the stableman about some fancied neglect of his horse, he had flung himself into his hammock to fume over the stupidity of the world in general, till the peace of the lovely day quieted him in spite of himself.
Here the listener who was none other than the Scotch student, a little fume of a fellow, blond as tow, congratulated in the liveliest fashion with the young gentleman and, interrupting the narrative at a salient point, having desired his visavis with a polite beck to have the obligingness to pass him a flagon of cordial waters at the same time by a questioning poise of the head (a whole century of polite breeding had not achieved so nice a gesture) to which was united an equivalent but contrary balance of the bottle asked the narrator as plainly as was ever done in words if he might treat him with a cup of it.
She was fuming, as if.
But he was still fuming.
My father came home fuming.
One moment, she was fuming.
Her cheeks were still fuming.
Saikia was fuming with anger.
Massie sat on her bed, fuming.
He knew Bingham had to be fuming.
Matthew was fuming on hearing this.
Godwyn stared at the ground, fuming.
Still the fuming socialite hesitated.
She stopped for a moment, fuming at him.
Ralph waited, fuming, staring at the ox.
By the time I get to the car I am fuming.
She is still fuming, at least underneath.
Fuming, he popped malt tablets into his mouth.
Is that a crime?’ Michael was still fuming.
She threw her handbag onto the chair, fuming.
I was standing at the foot of the bed, fuming.
Fuming away in the face of al the wasted time.
Driver again, he was fuming and everyone on the.
He was fuming but my family were depending on me.
Leaf was fuming now that Damon was part of the pack.
The police chief was fuming as he left the building.
I’ll let you know in a minute, I said, fuming.
Stokes was still fuming over the confrontation with Andy.
Back in his own house, he threw himself in a chair, fuming.
Sophia entered her home, but her mother was already fuming.
His shoes smoked as he pushed through piles of fuming litter.
Osaka sat there, fuming, but he didn’t say anything further.
Samuel walked into the room fuming, his eyes a deep sapphire.
Cass is still fuming, but he respectfully obeys and turns away.
I got dressed and reluctantly headed to the police car, fuming.
Donna was fuming, and she was extremely sexy when she was upset.
When I made my way to bed that night, I was fuming with anger on.
Hands balled in fists, Rudolph simply stood there, red and fuming.
He sped around camp in search of the American, fuming and furious.
She ignored the stares and sat at the center table, silently fuming.
He turned to stare into the eyes of a bloodied and fuming nuathreen.
Fuming, I punch a nearby person with all my strength, needing to vent.
But now the Baron fumed.
Rosemary fumed on the sideline.
I fumed all the way to the store.
Good old helpful Ralph, she fumed.
That is impossible, fumed Michael.
Tristan fumed for a moment, then sighed.
I am in a bit of a hurry, she fumed.
You’re not going anywhere, he fumed.
This is utterly preposterous, he fumed.
Garcia fumed, but held back his first response.
But it is my life to waste, he silently fumed.
This time Master Skeentip was the one who fumed.
No! My Lord! Moshe fumed in his impatience.
Credit fumed, but continued to stare at her legs.
The Doctor had done this to her, Henrietta fumed.
It had nothing to do with him, she fumed silently.
What a stupid idea it was to call her, she fumed.
She fumed when Kyle left the room with her bottle.
She fumed and bit his hand, but he didn’t let up.
But when the boys drifted away, he sat alone and fumed.
As Sharana suggested, Stedder fumed, they will do nothing.
David was silent while Melissa quietly fumed in exasperation.
Not so amateurish she didn't have a rate card though! I fumed.
You’re damn right we have a lot on our plates! Teddy fumed.
We are never studying at your dorm again,’ she had fumed as she.
Flint and the other man headed back towards the beach as Iya fumed.
I… what?? He fumed when he realized what Ulrich was implying.
Shoop fumed but walked past the bar, not wanting to be associated with.
It had all been going so well up until the past couple of minutes, he fumed.
It poured like it was heavy as molten metal and fumed the like pits of hell.
They listened and fumed, barely able to control their loathing for the lawyers.
It gurgled and fumed at him with every step he took, threatening to boil over.
He shouted and fumed in his chamber, but eventual y had to lay down, covering.
Granny fumed as the shutter slammed on his face and he retreated behind his mask.
Ardara’s hand fumed, the precursor to a rapid fiery end to anyone at the other.
The officer became enraged, and fumed so that only splutters flew out of his mouth.
Why," fumed Tussie, "can't we live decently? Hasn't it struck you that we're very vulgar?".
You wanted us to save these people, the least you could do is give us a way out, Ollius fumed.
He fumed silently, his emotions a volatile mixture of rage, excitement, fear and raw sexuality.
Impossible! he fumed, as the staff of charred wood continued to hold his twirling weapon at bay.
She was running on fumes.
Someone said the word fumes.
He could still smell the fumes.
The toxic fumes had kil ed him.
The fumes overwhelmed her senses.
Paint and solvent fumes can cause.
The tent can burn and fumes can kill.
You shouldn’t breathe in these fumes.
The woman waved at the fumes elaborately.
You feel the joy and the colours of fumes.
He blindly runs through the cloud of fumes.
Any longer and the fumes alone would kill us.
The air smelled of city fumes that couldn't.
The fumes from the chain saw plus all of the.
That fumes beneath his nose: the trailing cloud.
It made me clean faster to get out of the fumes.
There was also a problem with the fumes from the.
The hookah pipe steamed and the crimson fumes rose.
Outdoor Stoves (toxic fumes harmful to the lungs).
Maybe the glue and paint fumes had fried his brain.
Spews all these toxic fumes over the township, and.
That he probably inhaled fumes from whatever it was.
Though it says I shouldn’t breathe the fumes of it.
It must have been damp and full of fumes in the winter.
Then the ever so insidious first whiff of exhaust fumes.
It was either light it soon or pass out from the fumes.
The air saturated with diesel fumes burned in my lungs.
I could smell the sweetly acrid fumes from the exhaust.
Otherwise the fumes of powder could not have been blown.
He backed up, lit a cigarette and tossed it in the fumes.
The room was crowded, and misty with the fumes of suppers.
By now a cloud of fumes had collected inside the structure.
Like cars out of gas coasting into the station on fumes, we.
She spit it out and it all turned to fumes that she inhaled.
The concrete, the shops, the car fumes, the screech of buses.
Just then a tourist bus went by in a cloud of diesel fumes and.
He lay flat on the floorboards in an effort to avoid the fumes.
Over 50 percent of fire deaths are due to toxic fumes and smoke.
The paint fumes in this house still make me sick to my stomach.
Garlic fumes were filling my garage as I stepped out of the Camry.

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