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  • n. Plural form of exhaust.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of exhaust.


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  • The standard for range hood exhausts is a 6″ rigid metal duct.

    Reuben's Home Inspection Blog

  • Sometimes when you're so excited, it kind of exhausts you. - Everyone on best behavior as Pistons edge Pacers 98-93

  • 2004 - Another generation R1, now featuring underseat exhausts, which is still a key styling feature today.


  • The 44 year old also said he won't be quitting the acting game anytime soon, despite the fact it "exhausts" him more as he's gotten older. Current News - Top Stories

  • The tuning company produces performance modifications such as exhausts, suspension, and air intake components.


  • HIV isn't the only virus that "exhausts" T cells, and the mechanisms through which viruses and TIM-3 interact are still a mystery.

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • The bestseller lists are full of books highly critical of religion, countered by pundits whose heated rhetoric decries a public square made “naked” by the absence of religion.2 Yet the fault line between those who are religious and those who are not hardly exhausts the ways in which religion can be divisive.

    American Grace

  • At the very least, it might wear Harriet out before she completely exhausts me!


  • I don't intend to talk about carcinogens and the rising rates of breast cancer nor about the impact of outdoor air pollution and vehicle exhausts on NCDs.

    Nalini Saligram: The Impact of Pollution on People's Health

  • At this time of the season a familiar cry can be heard, bewailing how the Carling Cup exhausts players and generally gets in the way of what really matters – the Premier League.

    Arsenal v Manchester City: five things we learned | Jamie Jackson


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