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1. steam steam

Recently, there have been signs that the economy is picking up steam.
You can also ride on an old, restored, steam train.
Steam trains were replaced by electric trains.
Horses used to pull road-rollers, but the steamroller arrived with the invention of the steam engine.
steam train
Pretty soon along came a steam shovel and dug a road through the hill covered with daisies.
He succeeded in applying steam to navigation.
The steam shovels dug down three stories on one side and four stories on the other side.
A steam engine transforms heat into power.
When converting 1 mole of ice into water, and 1 mole of water into steam, which requires more energy?
And the French have long reserved the option to have their steamed milk served in a pitcher on the side when ordering a café au lait.
To steam something means to cook it using the hot vapor from boiling water.
Listen, you must control yourself. It's just no good to steam your boss. Unless, of course, you have another job in sight.
Do you want to steam the courgettes, or shall we bake them?
Probably you would have swarms of earthquakes and some surface uplift and possibly some changes in the pattern of behaviour of the geysers and steam vents.