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01. The accident at the [nuclear] power plant in Chernobyl was a warning of the dangers of this technology.
02. The [nuclear] family is becoming the standard in more and more countries of the world.
03. There are fears of a radiation leak from a Russian [nuclear] submarine which is trapped at the bottom of the Barents Sea.
04. When it first made its appearance, [nuclear] energy was advertised as a clean, safe alternative to coal and gas.
05. Canada possesses the technology to produce [nuclear] weapons, but has not chosen to do so.
06. A [nuclear] war could result in the total destruction of vast portions of our planet.
07. There is an anti-[nuclear] protest planned for the Trident Submarine Base next weekend.
08. U.S. Army General Omar Bradley once stated that the world has achieved brilliance without conscience. Ours is a world of [nuclear] giants, and ethical infants.
09. There's enough energy in ten minutes of one hurricane to match the [nuclear] stockpiles of the world.
10. Three Mile Island near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, was the site of the worst [nuclear] disaster in United States history when the reactor melted down in 1979.
11. Our sun generates [nuclear] energy in its deep interior.
12. A star dies when its [nuclear] fires go out.
13. A typical nova explosion releases about as much energy as the sun emits in 10,000 years, or as much as in 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 [nuclear] bombs.
14. In the late 1980s, the government of New Zealand declared the country to be a [nuclear]-free zone, refusing to accept visits from American ships that might be carrying [nuclear] weapons, or that were [nuclear]-powered.
15. Of all the electricity generated in France, almost 75% is produced by [nuclear] power plants, the highest proportion in the world.

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