01. Scientists are looking for a [fuel] which will produce energy without polluting the air.
02. Lower interest rates have [fuelled] a housing boom in the country.
03. We had to get the passenger out of the wrecked car before the [fuel] tank blew up.
04. The largest part of a rocket is simply a reservoir for holding the vast amounts of [fuel] needed to get the rocket past our Earth's gravitational pull.
05. The Prince's meeting with his old lover has once again [fuelled] divorce rumors.
06. The number of power stations [fuelled] by nuclear energy is expected to increase over the next few years.
07. Researchers are working on a vehicle which actually uses hydrogen [fuel], and produces water as exhaust.
08. Someone once said that teamwork is the [fuel] that allows common people to attain uncommon results.
09. Just twenty seconds' worth of [fuel] remained when Apollo 11's lunar module landed on the moon.
10. There is enough [fuel] in the tank of a jumbo jet to drive an average car around the world four times.
11. Next to wood, coal is the oldest of [fuels].
12. The first streetlamps in Canada, [fuelled] by whale oil, were installed in Montreal in 1815.
13. During the Second World War, kamikaze pilots departed with only enough [fuel] for a one-way trip.
14. Someone once remarked that making drugs illegal is an idealistic policy which, by ignoring the human desires [fuelling] drug use, only provides vast profits for pushers.
15. When [fuel] burns, it is transformed into energy.
16. A Chinese proverb observes that [fuel] is not sold in a forest, nor fish on a lake.
17. An expert recently noted that the world has gradually moved toward cleaner [fuels] - from wood to coal, from coal to oil, and from oil to natural gas.
18. Our increasing global population is [fueling] a demand for more and better food.
19. We'd better stop and [refuel] before we go any further. There isn't another gas station for over 50 miles.
20. Good food provides the body with premium [fuel] to perform at its peak.
21. The stars in our sky are slowly but surely using up all their [fuel].
22. Tom Hannah once remarked that tolerance and celebration of individual differences is the fire that [fuels] lasting love.

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