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Whether by steam reforming or electrolysis, the cheapest way of making hydrogen is to produce it in large quantities in a central plant, and then distribute it by pipeline or special tanker lorries called tube trailers.
Barges emit fewer greenhouses gases, use less fuel and cause far fewer deaths and injuries than lorries or trains.
Their corpses were loaded into a lorry and cremated before the remains were dropped into a mineshaft and soaked in acid.
Users include party-goers, slimmers who take the drug as an appetite suppressant and others such as students and lorry and taxi drivers who want to stay awake for long periods.
Bastille Day (July 14) on this year's race -- the 13th stage from Saint-Girons to Foix -- will mark a year since a lorry ploughed into crowds in Nice killing 86 people and injuring hundreds more.
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Origin and Etymology of lorry
First Known Use: 1900See Words from the same year
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