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“Even though the surface temperature is very low,” Ojha says, “because of these heat-producing elements that are undoubtedly present in any rocky planet, it would create enough heat to create a melt and you could potentially have a deep biosphere.”
The year 2020 has not been good to many things, but it has been very, very good to the tuna melt.
Human actions are altering the climate 170 times faster than natural forces, bringing about extreme weather, warming oceans, ice melt, and rising sea levels.
Eighteen months of summer melt when you’re already three grades behind is virtually impossible to come back from.
When there isn’t enough ice to reflect the sun’s rays back into space, that heat is instead absorbed by the ocean, accelerating further ice melt while altering ocean currents, weakening the jet stream and changing wind patterns.
From the said mixture, although they tried it several times, it was impossible to fuse or melt the said ore.
O that thou wouldst rend the heavens, and wouldst come down: the mountains would melt away at thy presence.
I feel all untied in a place like this; the rigidity of one's nature begins to melt and flow.
In his later years he must often have wished his “too too solid flesh would melt,” for it had become a heavy burden.
The anger and indignation Jess had felt began to melt before this apology and the ladys frank manner.

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