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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of oxygenate.

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  • It was not designed to test 10% ethanol based fuels, and the test protocol specifically notes that the data were developed from gas without oxygenates such as ethanol.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Microdermabrasion, which is done by a professional, polishes, exfoliates, and oxygenates the skin, repairing the damage done by too much sun.

    Best in Beauty

  • It also oxygenates your body, aids in digestion and efficient calorie use, and may help you sleep better.

    The Official Lamaze® Guide

  • And exercise does one very important thing -- it oxygenates the blood, and high oxygen levels for the brain are a good thing, especially when you're a writer.

    Fat Arse Writer Syndrome

  • Watching this breath of life that re-oxygenates the blood that is then re-circulated as the heart pumps without a rest for 70+ years to feed Brain tissues and nervous system is like watching a miracle in plain sight.

    Human lungs, breathing.

  • Part of the price difference between California and other states' gas is the oxygenates.

    Stylish thrift.

  • The resulting pollution, low level ozone, is much more dangerous than the smog oxygenates get rid of but it's largely invisible so complaints about air quality were marginalized by using them.

    Obama blindly supports anhydrous ethanol

  • When the state of California took the EPA to court and proved oxygenates worsen air quality, the president stepped in saying ethanol was now being required under the Clean Air Act to be used as a fuel additive to lessen our dependence of foreign oil.

    Obama blindly supports anhydrous ethanol

  • When a challenging situation hijacks our focus, the world begins to narrow, the pressure we feel increases, and our mind shuts off ... it's like we cut off the circulation and the blood that oxygenates our brain.

    Agapi Stassinopoulos: Tuning In To The Year 3005: An Exercise In Perspective

  • ***It is settled now that (thanks largely to modern fuel-injection systems) oxygenated gasoline does not reduce CO or any other unwanted emissions, actually increases VOC emissions, and wastes money and time by decreasing gas mileage, corroding cars (oxygenates are hygroscopic), and polluting groundwater.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Perversity of Government-Selected Winners

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