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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of oxygenise.
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And those high-profile stories that were circulating before her expulsion from the BB house, who oxygenised those?
I find by experiment that when the two rays are switched on simultaneously the air does not become de-oxygenised, but when you put the violet ray first it does, and it remains so until the orange ray is applied.
Do you know, it is an ascertained fact in science that alcohol taken when you are active -- either physically or mentally active -- does not go off nor remain in the tissues, but is oxygenised and becomes food.
As for your nose -- _esprit de marrow fat_, extract of singed hide, essence of lamp-smoke, _eau de cuisine_, and de-oxygenised atmosphere of snow-hut, have often inclined you to dash into the open air, regardless of frost and snow, for purposes of revivification.
I’ve tried the oxygenised water a couple of times, but I didn’t really notice any difference.