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oxide
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Fahrenheit 451
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  • He tried to count how many times she swallowed and he thought of the visit from the two zinc-oxide-faced men with the cigarettes in their straight-lined mouths and the electronic-eyed snake winding down into the layer upon layer of night and stone and stagnant spring water, and he wanted to call out to her, how many have you taken TONIGHT! the capsules! how many will you take later and not know? and so on, every hour! or maybe not tonight, tomorrow night!

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  • Nitrogen oxides spewed from power plants contribute to acid rain.
  • The study found that premature babies given nitric oxide with their oxygen were healthier.

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