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Astrophysicists had thought that if a magnetar ever exploded, it would release one of the highest bursts of energy ever seen in the universe.
If you’re active in short bursts, a reusable, chemically activated option might be right for you.
Another line of evidence against a sudden lake burst is that “there were no lakes of any size visible” in the satellite images taken over the region.
Apart from the occasional burst of energy, which propels me through a flurry of cooking, the joy has seeped from my kitchen.
Maryland responded, building a six-point advantage, but Ohio State followed the same script with a quick burst of three-pointers and led 35-30 by halftime.
Earlier in the game, he combined with fellow junior guard Aaron Wiggins to generate a burst of three-pointers in quick succession.
Conditions are better from the Beltway and I-95 to the south and east, but even there roads and sidewalks could become snowy and slick during heavier bursts of snow.
Alternately, you may heat them together in a microwave, starting with 1 minute on HIGH, then stirring, and finishing in short bursts on 50 percent power as needed until almost melted.
The markets continued to build on Monday’s momentum, clawing back some losses from a chaotic January capped by a burst of speculative trading fueled by the Reddit forum WallStreetBets and other online trading communities.
That burst of electricity lasted just 10 millionths of a second.

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