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  • Also I am sure if we really try we could figure out a low-energy solution.

    About: Blinded by Science

  • Utilizing anything from light modular materials and low-energy appliances to heavy wooden decking and a full-size enamel bathtub, the tents can be set up in anywhere from three hours to a full week and are designed to be anti-rot, UV-protective, and water-proof.

    A Piano that Looks more Like a Futuristic Spaceship

  • For "Erwartung," a kind of fever dream of a woman stumbling over the body of her dead lover in a forest, the rich-voiced soprano Kara Shay Thomson ably navigates the expressionistic outbursts and crooning irregularities of the vocal line, though she is occasionally overpowered by conductor George Manahan and the orchestra, and the whole performance feels low-energy.

    Slipping Over the Edge at City Opera

  • He livens up a low-energy get-together in an instant.

    The Lo-Down

  • Goal of is to increase fullness and satisfaction by eating filling, low-energy (calorie) dense foods.

    'Diet Selector': How to find the right plan for you

  • The low-energy dwarf star will live on for billions of years, much longer than our sun, he said.

    Gliese 581g 'Goldilocks' Planet Could Be Just Right For Life?

  • “We need to adopt a low-energy, eco-friendly lifestyle.”

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Absurd Argument of the Day

  • Weeds has been allowed to grow unchecked for far too long, and Season 7's guest stars, including a low-energy Aidan Quinn as a crooked hedge-fund manager and an underused Martin Short as a lawyer, haven't been able to bring it new life.

    Cheers & Jeers: Michelle Trachtenberg Gets Lost in Weeds

  • And in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, developer Brendan Aguayo believes that the demand for environmentally friendly, low-energy use apartments is so great that buyers will pay a premium for one of four units in a renovated brownstone at 96 St. Marks Ave.

    Getting Active With Passive Houses

  • And then there's the "hot particle" problem: The real danger may be long-lasting particles ingested or inhaled, even low-energy particles whose radiation doesn't normally penetrate the skin.

    Coal Is More Dangerous Than Nuclear

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