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The medical battle against the coronavirus opened a gusher of nearly $8 billion in fresh investment last year in Montgomery County’s biotech companies.
The gusher of cash amounts to a bet that Robinhood will challenge or even eclipse the old guard.
The combination of Michigan’s swing state status, Peters’s low name recognition, and James’s profile and better-than-expected 2018 performance has sent gushers of money into Michigan’s Senate race this year.
Mrs. Pardiggle wrote a letter of introduction to my Guardian, in behalf of her eloquent friend, Mr. Gusher.
For days the experienced oil men made futile efforts to extinguish the gusher and to cap the shaft.
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The weather had not moderated but Colonel Howell was anxious to bring the work on the gusher to a close.
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Proudly enough, Paul sprang to the roaring gusher and gave the protected valve wheel a few quick turns.
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He strikes a gusher that flows out twenty thousand —or maybe it was twenty million—barrels of oil a day.
He strikes a gusher that flows out twenty thousand --or maybe it was twenty million--barrels of oil a day.
Every well he drills is a gusher that blows the rig clear up into the stratosphere.

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