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Fresh oxygen needs to be taken on board and the accumulated carbon monoxide, together with the exhaust that comes from running the diesel generators, must be extracted.
Yes, it’s pricey, but because it has vented exhaust, it’s safe to use all night long.
The amount of digital exhaust has increased drastically over the last few years.
So, we have the car engine out in an open courtyard with the exhaust pointing away from any access points to the room, and then to double-check that none of the exhaust accidentally bleeds in, we measure the CO2 levels of the room.
The fuel tank and exhaust also went in the recycling bin, and a 60kWh lithium-ion battery pack was mounted in the Blazer's cargo area.
For by another paradox—this time not of art but of nature—the extraordinary is exhaustible and the ordinary is not.
THE ENGLISH NOVELGEORGE SAINTSBURY
Conservation comprehends the substitution as far as possible of materials for those that are exhaustible.
A hundred thousand pioneers with energy, courage, and perseverance scarcely less exhaustible than the soil they cultivated!
Yet, let it not be thought that I regard the mind of England as exhausted, or even as exhaustible.
Comes he to that power, his genius is no longer exhaustible.
ESSAYS, SECOND SERIESRALPH WALDO EMERSON

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