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Through its driving focus on the singularity of all her subjects, Neel’s work pumps oxygen into a room choking on the exhaust fumes of identity politics.
Civilians working at the refineries, who are often children, are exposed to noxious fumes from manually heating crude and spills, leaking pipes and explosions are common.
My need to run errands, catch the next metro, drink rosé on a sidewalk terrasse always pushed me along, with speeding Peugeots and the smell of exhaust fumes enhancing the sense of urgency.
Millions of voters lurch to the polls, unless they already voted, in which case they remain on the sofa, burping up chocolate fumes and anxiously watching the cable-TV network of their choice.
Dizzying, potentially toxic fumes filled the scorching summer air.
OIL COMPANIES ARE PROFITING FROM ILLEGAL SPILLS. AND CALIFORNIA LETS THEM.BY JANET WILSON, THE DESERT SUN, AND LYLLA YOUNES, PROPUBLICASEPTEMBER 18, 2020PROPUBLICA
In 1639 Venner published a volume entitled "A Treatise" concerning the taking of the fume of tobacco.
But the contemplation of his grief disturbs his equanimity more and more, and he begins to fret and fume.
The Commissary continued to fume about the disgraceful charges brought against his men until they reached camp.
They could only stand with lowered heads and fume and rumble.
SPACE PRISONTOM GODWIN
A colourless liquor comes over first, and then a thick white fume, which condenses into the transparent liquor above mentioned.

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