01. Some of the people who died in Hiroshima were killed by [radiation], rather than the actual bomb blast.
02. Workers at the nuclear power plant were exposed to [radiation] during the leak.
03. [Radiation] spread throughout large parts of Europe after the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl.
04. She received [radiation] treatments for her brain tumor.
05. Her doctor prescribed drugs to help control nausea during her [radiation] treatments for cancer.
06. This device measures [radiation] which is emitted by distant stars in our galaxy.
07. The [radiant] heat of the sun keeps our planet from turning into a huge ball of ice.
08. The [radiance] of the sun threw a warm, yellow glow on the walls of the old building.
09. Hot stars emit more [radiation] per second than do cooler stars.
10. A hot star [radiates] much more blue light than red light.
11. There are a number of nice walking paths which [radiate] out from the campsite.
12. Her happiness and enthusiasm [radiate] from her, and bring hope to everyone around her.
13. Khalil Gibran wrote that the light of the stars that were extinguished ages ago still reaches us, and so is it with great men who died centuries ago, but still reach us with the [radiations] of their personality.
14. The 12 streets which [radiate] out from the Arc de Triomphe in Paris are named after French military leaders.
15. In the painting, light seems to [radiate] from Christ's head, so that he is depicted as 'the light of the world.'
16. Scorpions can withstand 200 times more nuclear [radiation] than humans can.
17. Marie Curie, the Nobel Prize-winning scientist who discovered radium, died as a result of over-exposure to [radioactivity].
18. Soviet doctors have noticed a tendency by people living near Chernobyl to blame any and all ills on [radiation].
19. The first person known to have died of [radiation] poisoning was scientist Marie Curie.
20. [Radiation] at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant was 16,000 times the safe limit when it was finally closed down.
21. Sharks have a sixth sense which enables them to detect bio-electrical fields [radiated] by other sea creatures.
22. Earth [radiates] back into space as much heat as it receives from the sun.
23. Many people worry about [radiation] emitted by cell phones.
24. Our planet absorbs incoming solar [radiation], and emits thermal [radiation] back into space.
25. The explosion of the nuclear reactor at Chernobyl in 1986 sent vast clouds of [radioactive] dust northward into the Republic of Belarus.
26. The ancient Greeks viewed the brain as a [radiator] of excess body heat.

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