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Upon careful inspection, however, delicate nuclear bands connecting the parts can usually be seen.
If ever the fusion of two human beings into one has been accomplished on this sphere it was surely in their union.
The fusion with England is nearly complete and the Welsh language is comparatively little used except by the older people.
The progress of the fusion of races is shown by the lists of names, which are both Saxon and Norman in indiscriminate order.
Furthermore, fisetin should give protocatechuic acid and phloroglucinol by fusion with caustic potash under proper conditions.
An inflammable gas, apparently hydrogen, was evolved during the fusion.
After a detailed discussion by Hartson Brant of the properties and limitations of nuclear explosions, the conference agreed.
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Rick and Scotty watched the placement of the nuclear explosive—a simple steel can, from the outside—in the big hole.
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But even to the nuclear explosion those rocks won't mean much.
THE FLAMING MOUNTAINHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN
Almost irresistible as the forces were that made for fusion, Mazzini was strictly accurate in branding it as a breach of faith.

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