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Each night, when he finished, his body was caked in the dust from the crushed bones and stank of the landfill.
This mercury eventually reaches the sea in rain, dust, and runoff from rivers and estuaries.
Williams had to pick herself up, dust herself off and try harder next time.
Because the process happens in an enclosed environment, Mighty can also re-capture dust during the milling process to re-use that material in future printing.
This long-distance dust could explain much of the bonus melting of Himalayan snows and ice, his team now reports.
“I’m going to go fast and loose on that category,” she begins, followed by, “When you see how I leave others in the dust, you’re going to say, I wrecked ’em.”
This process could account for Mars losing the equivalent of a 44-centimeter-deep global ocean in the past billion years, plus another 17-centimeter-deep ocean during each global dust storm, the team found.
Younger veterans deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan were exposed to dust storms, oil fires and burn pits with numerous toxins, and perhaps as a consequence have high rates of asthma and other respiratory illnesses.
EIGHT REASONS COVID-19 HAS HIT VETERANS PARTICULARLY HARDBY JAMIE ROWEN/THE CONVERSATIONNOVEMBER 11, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
As the dust settled on almost every race, Republicans have secured 48 seats in next year’s Senate and hold steady leads in two other contests but need to win at least one of the two races in Georgia to land a clear majority of 51 seats.
A sneaking, waiting acidification process that can begin at any moment can turn even the best-preserved boats into dust in a matter of days.