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The blasts then spirited these isotopes away before additional nuclear reactions could destroy them.
She’s a woman capable of returning a male player’s 138 mph serve with a blast for a winner.
They can result from a variety of causes, including explosive blasts, although research strongly suggests that rotational energy often plays a significant role.
At a unit, the odor chemicals are then shuttled into the slits using blasts of nitrogen air.
Perhaps most excitingly, specialized observatories buried deep underground captured shy subatomic particles called neutrinos streaming out of the blast.
There’s a social aspect to Dust, in which you can gain followers and send out blasts, but you don’t have to engage with any of that if you’re only interested in using its messaging feature.
6 SECURE ALTERNATIVES TO WHATSAPPSANDRA GUTIERREZ G.JANUARY 18, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
This part should be a blast, and it’ll depend entirely on the location you choose.
The area around the blast site remained closed off as agents worked their way inward from the outermost perimeter of the crime scene.
NASHVILLE POLICE CHIEF SAYS ANTHONY Q. WARNER IS A PERSON OF INTEREST IN THE CHRISTMAS MORNING EXPLOSIONDEREK HAWKINS, MICHAEL KRANISH, SIMONE SEBASTIAN, MERYL KORNFIELDDECEMBER 27, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The ocean was a little rough but no-one was concerned, we were all drinking away, having a blast.
A surprisingly bright cosmic blast might have marked the birth of a magnetar.

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