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Now, all the carbon contained in fossil fuels (which were UNDERGROUND) are being thrown in a oxygenized atmosphere, that is when the CO2 is produced.
The tube was almost two feet across, a round pipe connected with the main ventilation system which dispersed oxygenized fresh air constantly to every room in the ship.
Hell Wings Over Manhattan Adams, Stephen 2004
Thus the lungs no longer furnish properly oxygenized blood.
Turning now to the non-volatile and oxygenized bases, we take up first the opium alkaloids.
My blood seemed to make music in my vessels as it seemed to come more highly oxygenized singing to my brain, and tingled fresher and warmer into the capillaries of the entire surface, leaping and bubbling like a mountain-brook after a shower.
The Opium Habit Horace B. Day
Thus, the most inflammable gas or liquid will not burn or explode unless oxygenized.
Practical Mechanics for Boys J. S. Zerbe
His highly oxygenized blood gushed through his arteries in a veritable stream of life.
Bloom of Cactus Robert Ames Bennet 1912
Had Galen, Celsus, Hippocrates, and the other great scientists of old, known the use of the microscope, they would have made no such grave blunders as in the advocation of the theory that the arteries of the human body contain and carry air during life, instead of oxygenized blood only.
The Arena Volume 4, No. 23, October, 1891 Various 1888
Say we take a case of measles into a schoolroom of sixty pupils, in a warm and poorly oxygenized atmosphere all day, would not the living gas thrown off from active measles enter and irritate the air cells and close the most irritable cells with the poisonous gas retained for active development in those womb-like departments in the lungs.
Now, as I have already said, these gill-_slits_ are supported internally by the gill-_arches_, or the blood-vessels which convey the blood to be oxygenized in the branchial apparatus (see below, Figs. 51, 52, 53); and the whole arrangement is developed from the anterior part of the intestine -- as is likewise the respiratory mechanism of all the gill-breathing Vertebrata.