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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of hydrocarbons in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of hydrocarbons in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of hydrocarbons in a Sentence

  1. Igor Dekanic:

    Croatia still hasn't decided whether it wants to develop industry or live off its natural beauty, realistically, I think the danger level is low and, if some quantities of hydrocarbons are found, the benefits will outweigh the risks.

  2. Scott Sheffield:

    We use about 100 million barrels of oil in the world a day, roughly 25 million of that is used for gasoline automobiles. If we convert all 25 million barrels a day overnight to electric vehicles, we're still going to need a lot of hydrocarbons.

  3. Hawaii Department of Health:

    The Navy subsequently drained the tank and collected samples from existing monitoring wells. Results taken in and around Tank 5 indicated increases of hydrocarbons in soil vapor and groundwater.

  4. Angela Stent:

    The US has done practically everything The US can to sanction all parts of the Russian economy, which will have a devastating effect as time goes on, the Europeans would have to forswear purchasing Russian hydrocarbons, and they're not ready to do that yet.

  5. Larry Fink:

    Any plan that focuses solely on limiting supply and fails to address demand for hydrocarbons will drive up energy prices for those who can least afford it, resulting in greater polarization around climate change and eroding progress.

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