Fuelled sentence example

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  • The cycle of violence has contributed to an atmosphere of extreme mistrust and polarization, which has fuelled further antagonism and violence.

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  • Wars, fuelled by the ready availability of arms, can create massive population displacement.

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  • He installed a heating system which is fuelled by willow coppice grown on his own farm.

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  • The De'Longhi Quattro Plus model is priced at RRP £ 79.95 and fuelled by either a 7kg or 15kg cylinder of Calor gas butane.

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  • And what if it were all centralized, whether fuelled by gas, coal or nuclear?

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  • Westfield was the first chicken litter fuelled plant in the world to use advanced fluidized bed combustion.

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  • The bus is fuelled with liquid hydrogen that is stored on the roof beneath the bulk of a fiberglass cowling.

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  • The smelting too would have been handled by small scale crucibles - probably fuelled by charcoal.

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  • For the United States, Toyota is considering the introduction of flexibly fuelled vehicles in consideration of policies to promote bio ethanol fuels.

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  • The Female trade was fuelled by demand from the commercial sector with shearling ewes being in strong demand up £ 30 on 2000.

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  • Daily Mirror JOHN HOLLINS is convinced Swansea's promotion drive has been fuelled by memories of last season's play-off heartache.

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  • In practice you tend to get a club night fuelled by the best pub jukebox in the world.

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  • There are now many forms of powerful domestic heaters available, which are fuelled by liquid petroleum Gas (LPG ).

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  • Soon the drug and booze fuelled night turns wild as they hire a prostitute to join in the fun.

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  • A CHP plant, which is gas fuelled, supplies the main power source.

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  • Consumer awareness about food safety is rising, fuelled by an almost never-ending stream of food-related TV programs.

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  • On the contrary, fuelled with missionary zeal, they followed their biblical ancestors in the conquest of the holy land.

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  • She is a woman pursued by demons, fuelled by the loss of her mother and her own baby.

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  • The Fleet fuelled and replenished with ammunition, and at 9.30 p.m. on 2nd June was reported ready for further action.

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  • In addition any future test procedure should be appropriate for new and emerging technologies such as alternative fuelled and hybrid powered vehicles.

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  • An aircraft fuelled for a transcontinental or transoceanic flight may have on board fifty or sixty tons of highly explosive fuel.

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  • Yob behavior, which is predominantly fuelled by alcohol.

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  • An unashamed lover of the Beatles, Lynne's lush harmonies, layered production techniques, catchy guitar riffs, and sweet as candy melodies fuelled some of the best power-pop music ever recorded.

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  • Speculation arose, fuelled by the media, that the band would tour again but Roger, Nick, David and Rick have all maintained that this is not true.

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  • The NFWI believes this trend is fuelled by the increasingly aggressive promotion of unhealthy food to children.

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  • Engines fuelled by methane biogas or gases from old coal mines normally cease to function if the methane concentration drops below 40 per cent.

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  • The steam was raised in a steam boiler outside the building, which was fuelled by burning city refuse.

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  • Maybe cause sessions are fuelled by organic dark chocolate with black currants, the good stuff.

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  • In some ways, the negative emotions fuelled my creativity.

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  • Very early into these workouts, an ever-increasing amount of energy needs to be fuelled without oxygen, resulting in oxygen-independent glycolysis.

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  • The general economy is experiencing fundamental change, fuelled by technical innovation.

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  • The sudden rush into the market is being fuelled by the potential for big profits.

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