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To cut through the haze, Fortune is hosting a series of virtual discussions in partnership with the Future Forum by Slack.

The haze over Hong Kong on the day of the region’s inaugural flight to nowhere was so thick that passengers couldn’t see the city from the plane.

Late day may bring more filtered sunshine — and continued haze — but it’s still bright.

Many spots are experiencing haze and air that just doesn’t feel good to our bodies.

Though they don’t know what’s coming next, we’re jealous they spent only one night in a haze of indecision and uncertainty.

It contains a thick orange haze of complex organic molecules and a methane weather system in place of water—complete with seasonal rains, dry periods, and surface sand dunes created by wind.

He looked at the girl, and had to blink away a mist that hazed his sight before he could see her.

When the Sleepers WokeArthur Leo Zagat

It seems that the student who was hazed was suspected of having given information leading to the discovery of the culprits.

The Crimson SweaterRalph Henry Barbour

Of course, being a stranger, she was lonely as yet; but under the rules of the Sweetbriars she was not hazed.

A niece of his was hazed at college and contracted pneumonia.

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