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1 Brass is formed by the fusion of copper and zinc.
2 She was a fusion of the dreamer and doer.
3 Nuclear fusion is the Holy Grail of energy production.
4 Her work is a fusion of several different styles.
5 His final reform was the fusion of regular and reserve forces.
6 The movie displayed a perfect fusion of image and sound.
7 Her songs are a sublime fusion of pop and Brazilian music.
8 Sustained nuclear fusion is the holy grail of the power industry.
9 This alloy is formed by the fusion of two types of metal.
10 Their music is described as 'an explosive fusion of Latin American and modern jazz rhythms'.
11 One possible fusion fuel cycle involves D-He 3 reactions.
12 Nuclear fusion is in the news as we write.
13 The cold fusion controversy provides a vivid illustration.
14 Controlled fusion has fewer obvious negative aspects than fission.
15 Velocity and fusion sucking up the shocked air.
16 For energy, the winners are physics,[www.Sentencedict.com] fusion and the breeder reactor.
17 The first published indications of fusion research appeared in 1956.
18 What was gained in fusion was a sense of wholeness more pleasurable than the feelings of fragmentation that preceded it.
19 It was based on a fusion of the commitment to full employment and a desire to promote consumer choice.
20 There could be a sudden breakthrough in nuclear fusion or the cost equation of photo-electric energy.
21 The result was at its best the perfect fusion of continuity and change.
22 This is an intelligent fusion album with various personnel, and again Brecker s playing is awesome.
23 He has examined a number of competing fusion schemes, and found helium-3 / deuterium fusion to be the most attractive.
24 I tried to take in what he was saying about nuclear fusion, but most of it went over my head.
25 Now that there is every reason to believe that we can build a fusion reactor there is growing attention to technology.
26 The styles change, from tribal rhythms and orchestral maneuvers to avant-garde rock fusion; but the impulse toward expression remains constant.
27 At extremely fast tempos this lilt is lost and they even out as they would in a funk or fusion context.
28 Iron nuclei have the largest binding energy per nucleon; hence neither fission nor fusion can release further energy.
29 Talks have been going on for some time on a range of scientific matters including fusion, nuclear safety and the environment.
30 What had started out as a quest for metallic hydrogen now became a serious hunt for fusion.
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