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Moving toward the dance floor, I lifted the brandy to my lips and savored it for a moment before my bio-toxin neutralizers rendered the alcohol impotent.
Aside from Taylor Swift, they are comedy neutralizers.
ChinaFotoPress/Zuma Press Armed police officers wearing protective clothing poured neutralizers from a water tank at Nuomitan hydropower station as an effort to dissolve the contamination in the Longjiang River
Lu Boan/Xinhua/Zuma Press Firefighters dumped neutralizers, made from dissolved aluminum chloride, at a water station near the Longjiang River to dissolve the contaminants in Liuzhou.
ChinaFotoPress/Zuma Press A police officer received treatment after liquid neutralizers splashed into his eyes at the Nuomitan hydropower station.
Huang Xiaobang/Xinhua/Zuma Press Police in China prepared to dump neutralizers, made from aluminum chloride, at a water station to dissolve cadmium pollution in the Longjiang river after an industrial discharge traced to a mine.
Asia in Pictures 2012
The neutralizers of the K-7 continued to operate perfectly and would have compensated for far greater acceleration than the ship presently experienced.
Parlor Games Carol Reid 2010
Anthony, they're neutralizers and you can thank the EWTN/Catholic Answers crowd for this wimpism.
Outrage in Malaysia 2009
Randy Enos Typical air fresheners usually just mask smells by covering them up with fragrances, but the latest products -- odor neutralizers that come in the form of jelly jars and sprays -- claim to absorb odor molecules and eliminate them.
Can we reclaim the planet profitably, or not? â€ â€œSir, we will need 1748 atmospheric purifiers, 815 ozone regenerators, 2122 radiation neutralizers, over 5000 anti-toxin synthesizers, a full sub-space sterilization field, more than 14000â€ ¦ â€ â€œMr.