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Initially its green hydrogen will replace some gray hydrogen—as natural-gas-­derived hydrogen is sometimes called—used at the refinery.
When I visited Frank Keutsch in the fall of 2019, he walked me down to the lab, where the tube, wrapped in gray insulation, ran the length of a bench in the back corner.
The other story is that you inherited a great, if, you know, slightly graying company, and tried to remake it in your image and wound up destroying it with a series of bad acquisitions and bad decisions.
They’ll still show up in your apps for 30 days after your subscription expires—grayed out and inaccessible—just in case you change your mind and want to sign back up again.
At the New York City coronavirus testing site, his friend started chatting with a man with beautiful blue-gray eyes.
The audience that grew up with Limbaugh is now quite gray, largely people 65 and older.
You can also opt for interesting patterns and colors rather than basic brown and gray.
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Coel proceeds to place Arabella and each of her friends in situations that allow the show to examine the gray areas of the consent conversation.
In the videos, a crowd cheers as men dive into the water, and one emerges with a gray animal flung on his back.
So then I had just shaved it all off, and I had gray hair this long with a little color on the ends.

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