Examples of smog in a Sentence
the city's smog was once so bad that darkness often prevailed, even at noon
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Gliders, say critics, contribute much more heavily to smog, lung disease and global warming.
Pollution Tiny particles from exhaust, smog, or debris are attracted to your skin's oil and mix with it to create breakouts.
Photographer: Cole Burston/Bloomberg A traffic controller directs vehicles through smog at the Packages Mall parking lot at night in Lahore, Pakistan, on Nov. 13, 2017.
The lawsuit aims to push EPA to enforce stricter pollution controls at power plants in Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia that contribute much of the smog in Maryland’s air in the summer.
Chinese demand has weakened as economic growth slowed and Beijing and other major cities tightened restrictions on ownership to curb smog and congestion.
Remember, Congress passed the Clean Air Act four years after a poisonous smog killed an estimated 200 people in New York City in 1966.
The City Shield Shampoo, Conditioner, and Hair Cream will protect your hair from the smog of L.A., the wind of Chicago, and, well, hopefully, from New York City altogether.
That includes smog from power plants, factories and vehicles, as well as household emissions from dirty indoor stoves used in poorer countries.
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First Known Use: 1881See Words from the same year
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