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These ersatz social events are awash in positive vibes, but they also make deprivations of the past year stark.
At a moment when the world is awash in surplus natural gas, much of it from Texas wells, the state’s power-generating operators were unable to turn that gas into electricity to meet that demand.
The world isn’t exactly awash with “virtual humans” just yet, but the Samsung-owned venture has continued to progress.
Pretending isn’t something you have to do with me since I’m awash in all of your collective dirty laundry all the time.
WHAT KIND OF WORK IS SEX WORK?EUGENE ROBINSONNOVEMBER 8, 2020OZY
From Washington state to West Virginia and from Texas to Pennsylvania, the country was awash in record or near-record case counts Thursday.
VIRUS SPREADS IN MUCH OF THE U.S., SETTING RECORDS AND STRAINING HEALTH CARELENNY BERNSTEIN, JOEL ACHENBACH, ALEXANDRA HINOJOSA, CAROLYN Y. JOHNSONNOVEMBER 6, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The solar system is awash in charged particles called galactic cosmic rays that travel at nearly the speed of light.
The submarine wasn't in sight, but that red ball was just awash and moving toward the shore.
I knew that by the look of the water, and as we neared the bank I saw it was all awash and without the vestige of an opening.
THE RIDDLE OF THE SANDSERSKINE CHILDERS
At Scoville temperatures like that, your brain gets totally awash in endorphins.
LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
I do not speak without knowledge who have seen the land from Delhi south awash with blood.'
KIMRUDYARD KIPLING

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