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“Argon is another great gas for voice changing; it makes you sound like a robot.”
“Argon is a noble gas and is easy to separate chemically from a large amount of chlorine-rich solvent.”
“The name comes from the Greek word Argon which means inactive.”
“The Eye of Argon aka, the worst piece of fiction ever published is now available to read online.”
“Now after that initial shooting, the suspect took off to a small town called Argon, Wisconsin, that's about 10 miles outside of Crandon.”
“Argon, which is only made as a byproduct of oxygen and nitrogen is now in tighter supply consistent with the recovery.”
“Its up-to-date character may be tested by reference to articles such as Argon, Electric Light, Africa, Transvaal,”
“Previously referred to as "Argon," version 5.0 is due in the second quarter of this year, featuring enhancements in scalability and application deployment as well as high availability.”
“The company paid $800 million during the quarter for the acquisitions of Argon ST and Narus, two technology companies.”
“I would say that Firefly did it better, but that's a bit like comparing The Lord of the Rings with The Eye of Argon.”
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