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  1. I ran out of gas.
  2. Let go of the gas.
  3. Then he hits the gas.
  4. I want to pay for gas.
  5. This is a gas station.

  6. There was no gas there.
  7. He floors the gas pedal.
  8. You could use the Gas.
  9. The gas is made up of.
  10. He checked the gas tank.
  11. No gas, no water here.
  12. We stopped for gas once.
  13. The gas was said to kill.
  14. I put gas in the bottle.
  15. Use less gas, save money.

  16. He would run out of gas.
  17. There was a natural gas.
  18. I’m running out of gas.
  19. Looks full up of bad gas.
  20. Who blew his gas tank?
  21. Is it a gas, then?
  22. Save gas Try and commute.
  23. That thing sure eats gas.
  24. The oil and gas industry.
  25. I work for a gas station.

  26. I think we ran out of gas.
  27. I had Darian pump the gas.
  28. The gas was heavier than.
  29. Gas would have been good.
  31. The driver punched the gas.
  33. The young are Culture Gas:.
  34. He works in a gas station.
  35. I step on the gas, lightly.
  36. Head shot, gas, and burn.
  37. He hit the gas and was off.
  38. I hit the gas and worried.
  39. Claire put down the gas can.
  40. Amy puts her foot on the gas.
  41. Then at a gas station that.
  42. Sells the car for gas money.
  43. I filled up with gas twice.
  44. We stopped at a gas station.
  45. That’s 77% savings in gas.
  46. Or gas about our lovely land.
  47. His foot slipped off the gas.
  48. I didnt have enough gas to.
  49. I needed petrol—I mean gas.
  50. I drove into the gas station.
  51. The pipe from the gas plant.
  52. The gas station I worked at.
  53. Is the gas pump open?
  54. Maybe it was a gas leak?
  55. You’re missing a gas can.
  56. No, the gas is too powerful.
  57. Diane was working at the gas.
  58. We could use some gas, Otto.
  59. No power, gas, or electricity.
  60. Who used gas? Blunt asked.
  61. He floored the gas up the hill.
  62. Gas hurts, body nothing to save.
  63. Did that gas have lead in it?
  64. It was an ordinary gas station.
  65. The gas station was boarded up.
  66. I walked up to the gas station.
  67. I saw I needed gas in the truck.
  68. Hell, I never seen so much gas.
  69. All gas giants are lifeless.
  70. Maybe we’re at a gas station.
  71. He pushed the gas pedal further.
  72. Be careful with the gas bottles.
  73. If this was no gas explosion….
  74. The big gas guzzler roars to life.
  75. Will gas up for Sedalia tomorrow.
  76. Natural Gas in the United States.
  77. I hit the gas, we are off to home.
  78. The odour of gas was in the house.
  79. The smell of gas was in the house.
  80. I was out of gas and out of luck.
  81. That'll free the gas in its guts.
  82. I just ran out of gas, is all.
  83. There was a gas pump in there too.
  84. He kept the gas flat to the floor.
  85. This does not need CO2 gas at all.
  86. Amy’s foot is already on the gas.
  87. Pam Rushing knows the oil and gas.
  88. I stopped the car at a gas station.
  89. And Malia inserted the gas nozzle.
  90. Gas giants are frequent favorites.
  91. Scotty grunted, stepped on the gas.
  92. The gas obtained for 25 cents was.
  93. I’d still need to gas the place.
  94. Can you imagine holding a gas in.
  95. Lydia edged her foot toward the gas.
  96. It was all sizzle, no boom, no gas.
  97. Within them sat a single gas flame.
  98. Junya walked into the gas station.
  99. They will die of poison gas instead.
  100. If helium remains a gas, it is hot.
  1. My life is driving, gassing and more driving.
  2. And stopped gassing them in buses with carbon monoxide.
  3. This was gassing off like crazy and over-cooling the reactants.
  4. Bev then said, We saw the results of the Nazis gassing the Jews.
  5. Star prayed the gassing of the body would be contained within the polythene wraps until Max could bury it.
  6. I suppose that’s what the guards at Auschwitz said when they were gassing Jews and burning them in ovens.
  7. The Germans had been plastering us for about 12 hours with "all calibres," to say nothing of continual gassing.
  8. Time someone thought about it instead of gassing about the what was it the pensive bosom of the silver effulgence.
  9. And that, right there, was what really made Josh curse himself for not thinking far enough ahead and gassing up somewhere else.
  10. People’s incomes these days are going towards mortgages, gassing their vehicles, electric bills, rises in groceries and food and medical insurance premiums.
  11. Closing his eyes in overwhelming helplessness, he lowered the dry guard down to his side, gassing the hot air in and out of his lungs as he hated his suffering.
  12. O, my!' he gasped, as he panted along, 'what an ASS I am! What a CONCEITED and heedless ass! Swaggering again! Shouting and singing songs again! Sitting still and gassing again! O my! O my! O my!'.
  13. It’s probably too late to stop the use of the phrase now, but it provides a ghastly euphemism for mass murder (like the Nazis’ ‘Final Solution’ for gassing people) and it should never have been accepted, still less used, by the world’s press.
  14. It will NOT stop the next Olympic Park, gay nightclub or abortion clinic bomb, the next Waco or Oklahoma City carnage, another schoolkids’ massacre or child-beauty queen’s rape and killing, Japanese Saran gassing, Israeli suicide blast or hi-jacked plane crash.
  15. Graveyards are the life killing golf courses of the dead, with greens between tombstone flags marking the holes for one manicured and fumigated by the petrochemicals of mower, fertilizer and herbicide poisoning the lawns choking on the off gassing toxic chemical coffins seeping with the sterilizing fluids of an uninhabitable decomposition.
  16. So of course the citizen was only waiting for the wink of the word and he starts gassing out of him about the invincibles and the old guard and the men of sixtyseven and who fears to speak of ninetyeight and Joe with him about all the fellows that were hanged, drawn and transported for the cause by drumhead courtmartial and a new Ireland and new this, that and the other.
  1. Gassed them all.
  2. Gassed and Burned Them.
  3. Tony gassed over the coverage.
  4. All well maintained and gassed up.
  5. Has he really gassed the cabin?
  6. I gassed the place, Steve replied.
  7. I gassed up the car and went to the cemetery.
  8. She tried to ignore them as she gassed up the Ford.
  9. The Illustrated Man gassed the air pleasantly from his dank lungs.
  10. On the beasts you gassed, you must not have been at the last raid.
  11. His father fought at Gallipoli in the First World War and was gassed.
  12. Me and a friend gassed the prison, all the staff are dead except for a few.
  13. As soon as I realized that we weren’t getting gassed, I threw off my gas mask.
  14. As soon as I realized that we weren’t getting gassed, I threw off my gas mask.
  15. Thought the fellah might have been gassed, but there's none in there; and hell—he can hit.
  16. Ask 6 millions gypsies, Jews and homosexuals gassed and incinerated by purity-seeking megalomaniacs.
  17. I told myself they had to be gassed for transportation or the jacker prisoners would overwhelm the guards.
  18. On arrival in the east, they were gassed so that they’d have a beautiful red color, but they had no taste.
  19. Besides watching Iraq’s borders and protecting the Kurdish minority, who Saddam had gassed and massacred in the past, U.
  20. More typical was Treblinka, which only needed a couple of huts for the guards because everyone who arrived there was to be gassed.
  21. As always, the Ford Taurus was gassed up and ready, an ordinary ride with fake registration, fake plates, all matching his fake ID, all good to go.
  22. I’m being careful, I’m not going on the evening news to explain how I gassed this place with a bunch of kids playing that I didn’t know about.
  23. One night a year ago, Cinco de Mayo, there was a mariachi Mexican Spanish Pachuco conga lineup through the halls and down through the tenement, gassed on wine and enchiladas.
  24. She cradled him in her arms and dripped Visine into his eyes when he was tear gassed by the police at an anti-nuclear demonstration, but she could never bring herself to chant those silly slogans or actually carry a protest sign.
  1. Many of the gases let.
  2. Gases trapped in these meteorites.
  3. In gases it is bigger than in liquids.
  4. Oxygen and carbon monoxide are two gases.
  5. Regnault on the dilatation of gases, xliv, 63.
  6. Being ―frozen‖ into its gases, the magnetic.
  7. Do you have the results on Missy’s blood gases?
  8. Some components of the atmosphere were greenhouse gases.
  9. I’ll know more when I see the results of her blood gases.
  10. Just Tres and a few others who work with gases will know it.
  11. The hot gases and smoke from the intense destruction stifled.
  12. The gases will be easily captured separately under glass domes.
  13. Oxygen and hydrogen are both invisible gases but water is visible.
  14. Hare's Apparatus for obtaining Specific Gravity of the Gases, 295.
  15. Cleo smiled and said, Forgot about the anti-cognition gases?
  16. Gases are turned into radiation, or back into gases or into solids.
  17. Other gases kill so quickly that the idiots have no time to respond.
  18. Fluid Conditions exist in-between the Conditions of Gases and Solids.
  19. He’s explained it to be simply nothing more than electrified gases.
  20. Granted even the energy of rocks and gases will be at the point of or-.
  21. He has developed several gases of his own, without any help from anyone.
  22. The gases from the body had puffed the polythene wrapping significantly.
  23. The atmospheric gases of steady concentration (and their proportions in.
  24. Dispersed gases, I told him, and I don’t know where that came from.
  25. Other findings indicate that the oceans emit most of the greenhouse gases.
  26. Winds are basically movements of gases (making up what we call ‘air’).
  27. Fire requires heat, fuel and oxygen and produces smoke, heat and toxic gases.
  28. OK, what about the blood gases and chemistry? Did they show anything?
  29. Those elements that form gases, are of the air element; but what about fire?
  30. The hard vacuum, leaving them without breath, letting gases bubble out in the.
  31. Second, they don’t emit any greenhouse gases, which decreases pollution output.
  32. In most cases, bad breath in the mouth can be traced to sulphur gases produced by.
  33. Von Rumpel’s doctor says that fascinating research is being done on mustard gases.
  34. When departing Earth, the liquefied gases were provided from stations on the ground.
  35. Giant spirals composed of spheres of reacting gases release vast amounts of energy.
  36. You’ll be studying the levels of fuel exhaust gases using infrared spectroscopy.
  37. Only very close to an eruption are gases concentrated enough to poison healthy people.
  38. Spumes of incandescent lava and gases exploded around it, as it sank below the surface.
  39. So inside the can I have a mixture of the two gases hydrogen and oxygen, dry as can be.
  40. The sixteen and a half million tonnes of greenhouse gases are almost an afterthought.
  41. Humans and animals have ancestors and, in a way, so have minerals, vegetables and gases.
  42. It was a simple matter to isolate the feces and urine to test the gases coming from them.
  43. The gases originate from coal-burning power plants and to a lesser extent, cars and trucks.
  44. Volcanic ash is not ash at all, but pulverised rock forced out in a cloud of steam and gases.
  45. There are other gases containing viruses or microbes that can destroy populations of millions.
  46. Consider EPA's rules to regulate greenhouse gases: they would reduce global temperatures by 0.
  47. The condenser is vented to atmosphere in order to remove non-condensable gases and to equalize.
  48. We began our text with a reference to Boyle’s law for the behavior of perfect gases, V = KT/P.
  49. Gases are generated in him; he swells to a prodigious magnitude; becomes a sort of animal balloon.
  50. Since this mode has been adopted, they have experienced no inconvenience at all from noxious gases.
  51. Then you show them bar graphs indicating the amounts of trace gases produced with each type of feed.
  52. EPAs rules to curb emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases were cited as impediment.
  53. A gas-heater supplies the warmth, but as there is no chimney, the waste gases have nowhere to escape.
  54. Of course the amounts and types of gases emitted depend on what the cows eat, their water intake, etc.
  55. The universe started when a massive explosion took place and the rapidly expanding gases were very hot.
  56. An acre of trees can remove about 13 tons of dust and gases every year from the surrounding environment.
  57. Doctor Homer also specialized in breathing gases and verified the readouts were within acceptable limits.
  58. Why is this? What kind of transparency do we value? The transparency of liquids, gases, or dead solids?
  59. Gases cannot usually be seen and safety is gained only in fresh air upwind of them, or with a respirator.
  60. The hot water caused the gases in the fully filled cylinders to expand way beyond their safe pressure limit.
  61. Then, she collected some anti-cognition gases from their reserve cistern and filled them into five sprayers.
  62. When the creosote is allowed to cool they say that the contracting gases in the wood will draw the fluid in.
  63. These gases are emitted from objects common to life in the West, such as refrigerators, cars, and aeroplanes.
  64. Torrey, John, on the condensation of carbonic, sulphurous and chloro-chromic acid gases, xxxv, 374; xxxvi, 394.
  65. The Chemist and The Elder gave them books to make best use of their fuels and gases for best and fastest mileage.
  66. But as they were leaving, there were dagger cards being thrown at them and bursting into rays of colors and gases.
  67. The lightest atoms and gases are found in the strato-sphere, and the densest atoms are found in the center of the earth.
  68. He used the electrical batteries to accomplish the hydrolysis of water into its two component gases, hydrogen and oxygen.
  69. The cold weather, they explained, might damage the rubber O-rings that kept hot gases from escaping the shuttle boosters.
  70. The banks, the church, politics, corporations, the earth, the air, and the water we’ve ruined with our poisons and gases.
  71. It also includes other hydrocarbons, such as butane, ethane, and propane — all gases that have important industrial uses.
  72. Space consists of the atom-energies of structures we name as ‘dust particles’ and gases, including hydrogen and nitrogen.
  73. But those have never been used—the gases may seep into the domes, killing everyone inside as well as all the idiots without.
  74. If we apply more energy to water in the form of heat, other structures and functions will exist in the form of steam and gases.
  75. Even though water is composed of two gases, once they have been separated by electrolysis they will not recombine easily again.
  76. So strong was the blast that even the boiling storm rolled back in reaction to its hot gases, tamed for once by a stronger force.
  77. Loud popping sounds came from under their feet as accumulated gases and air bladders exploded under the pressure of hurrying feet.
  78. Some of the gases are slow to act; they can make a swarm of idiots choke in spasms for hours on the ground before death claims them.
  79. There have been volcanoes, some of whose openings still send out waters of strange properties, and gases that kill or make to vivify.
  80. There was so much heat that the two gases actually became hot steam and it was this rapidly expanding vapor that caused the loud retort.
  81. You’ve mentioned the major types of gases, but aren’t there any others that would be present in trace amounts? Amines, for example.
  82. It was a means of space travel, but it didn’t use water, instead it used electrolyzed gases in the atmosphere to form the gate channel.
  83. The gases of these energy sources are heavier than air and usually collect in the cottage/cabin, bilge and other lower places of the boat.
  84. Ingrid was right of course but even worse, the seabed under them had burst open, spewing millions of tons of lava and gases into the water.
  85. By the 1990s, environmentalists were raising the alarm about changes to the climate caused by the release of carbon gases into the atmosphere.
  86. In the womb, there is suitable temperature for the baby’s life and the blood brings him all what he needs of nourishment and essential gases.
  87. The nose is sensitive sulfide, to reduce the gas in the abdomen, we have to reduce the air swallowed and reduce the gases produced by the germs.
  88. In the English apparatus, the gases are both in one reservoir, and they are propelled by their own elasticity, after condensation, by a syringe.
  89. The torpedo is powered by a rocket engine, and in fact, it floats in a bubble which is created by the deflection, and filled with exhaust gases.
  90. In the womb, there is a suitable temperature for the baby’s life, and the blood brings it all the nourishment and essential gases that it needs.
  91. To the former belong the numerous experiments made, especially in England, with the blowpipe, supplied by a mixture of oxygen and hydrogen gases.
  92. Every second, 700 million tons of hydrogen gases become helium through nuclear fusion, and in the process, 5 million tons of pure energy released.
  93. The EPA has stifled Alan Carlin, a senior research analyst at the EPA who questioned the outdated research on the health effects of greenhouse gases.
  94. The oxygen content is richer and there is a surprising portion of helium and other rare gases in it, while the ship pressure was nominally around 1.
  95. Smokestacks smoked, carbon dioxide belched forth, millions of animals produced flatulent gases including CO2, and the carbon footprint was enlarged.
  96. For the past half a year, Iraqi bombers and artillery units had sprayed the area with the numerous types of chemical weapons, like mustard and nerve gases.
  97. According to physicists, your skin, your brain, the neutrons, the minerals, the gases, the stars, are all built with the very same building block: the quark.
  98. The volcano gave a massive belch of seething hot gases; sprays of viscous lava tipped over the object, and it slowly slipped into the white hot, bubbling mass.
  99. During the journey up river, the ship’s reactor separated the local water into hydrogen and oxygen and compressed the gases into liquids as it was designed to do.
  100. The atom-energy of steam and gases cannot be felt or held by human hands, because the atoms are less-tightly configured and have changed their structure and function.

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