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gas stream exiting the furnace area is directed through a drying reagent to remove any moisture that may have been produced or released during combustion.
The traffic lights in Penmaenmawr which appeared to spontaneously Combust
Picture: MIKE KING
The Delaware River never spontaneously combusted
. That was the Cuyahoga, which now hosts a riverside dining/entertainment district in Cleveland.
The whole place, however, was ablaze with light in which I felt I would combust
at any minute.
Ford Pintos did have a tendency to combust
. Mothers who took thalidomide did have babies with flippers.
13 memorandum, acting director general Jim Sydiongco cited the mobile phone's tendency to suddenly explode and combust
even when turned off.
If cables are overloaded they overheat and combust
. Also, unwind long extension cables fully.
Its gym-slip jokery and depiction of the teaching staff as alcoholics and letching deviants practically caused Mary Whitehouse's tabard to spontaneously combust
, as well as provoking widespread public outcry.
Kate Silverton wore a shameful "space-age collar" and, worse, Kirsty Wark teamed a puff-ball skirt with an off-the-shoulder top, causing Twitter to almost combust
. According to a communications expert, only 7% of televisual impact is created by words and content and 38% from vocal delivery, while 55% is visual - facial expressions, dress and body language.
It sees the Aussie star pull a rabbit out of a top hat and make a notebook spontaneously combust
Innovation Waste Management (IWM) of Birkenhead, Wirral, pleaded guilty at Teesside Magistrates Court on Monday to an environmental offence by misdescribing waste which was sent to a Darlington scrapyard where they began to spontaneously combust
This documentary assesses the damage and asks what caused the carcass to combust
``The factory makes lithium, which can combust
when it came into contact with air.
Tires can spontaneously combust
, releasing toxins into the air, or become breeding grounds for mosquitoes and rodents.