Oxygen

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Definition of oxygen:

Usage examples for oxygen

  1. He thought for a minute he was going to pass out, and he fumbled with the oxygen valve, making the mixture richer.  The Legion of Lazarus by Edmond Hamilton
  2. He gulped oxygen from the emergency tube at his lips and felt better.  Shipwreck in the Sky by Eando Binder
  3. More vital than oxygen, without it life could not be sustained for an hour.  New and Original Theories of the Great Physical Forces by Henry Raymond Rogers
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