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"Nothing here but Oxy and coal," says one of the subjects of Sean Dunne's mournful documentary Oxyana.
After the Food and Drug Administration approved Oxy in 1995, it was introduced into the U.S. marketplace the following year.
By 2001, sales of the drug exceeded $1 billion, making Oxy the bestselling nongeneric narcotic pain reliever in the country.
And since a single 30mg Oxy pill sells for $45 on the street, the dealer stands to make $20,250 per “transaction.”
Moore says he witnessed the Oxy cravings firsthand at his dental office.
He fitted one varium-protected oxy-tank to his helmet and tucked another one under his arm for Captain DeCastros.The Marooner|Charles A. Stearns
The oxy-hydrogen jet of the welding machine the dwarfs were hoisting would make short work of their final defense.The Great Dome on Mercury|Arthur Leo Zagat
Undoubtedly the work of experts, and they must have used an oxy-acteylene blowpipe flame to cut through that door.The Golden Boys and Their New Electric Cell|L. P. Wyman
Mechanically his hand touched the valve of his oxy-acetylene torch.White Fire|Roy J. Snell
The oxy-hydrogen flame develops a heat far below that of oxy-acetylene, namely 4500 Fahrenheit.Oxy-Acetylene Welding and Cutting|Harold P. Manly