- of its leaves, which
, but on boiling, the water being
changed, they lose their acridity
, and may be eaten
as spinach." (Treasury...
- The Bisnovat
then Vympel) R-40 (NATO reporting
name AA-6 'Acrid
') is a long-range air-to-air missile developed
in the 1960s by the Soviet...
- mustard. In India, the oil is used for pickling, after aging
, as a salad
oil. The oil is also used as a m****age oil and to...
2010. Bradbury, J. Howard; Nixon, Roger
W. (1998). "The acridity
from the edible
of the Science
of Food and...
- irritant which causes intense discomfort
to the lips, mouth
and throat. This acridity
in part by microscopic
- No. Title Length
Avid Jam Shred" (1994) 7:38 2. "The Waxen
Pith" (1993) 4:50 3. "Wax the Nip" (1990) 4:19 4. "Icct Hedral
(edit)" (1994) 6:07...
3:33 5. "Vanished" Haake Thordendal
5:04 6. "Acrid
Placidity" (instrumental) Hagström 3:15 7. "Inside What's Within
- 339–55. PMID 4342516. Weber, R. A. (1891). "Raphides, the Cause
of the Acridity
of the American Chemical
Society. 13 (7): 215–217...
- acid anhydride
acid. It is a colorless
or white solid
with an acrid
odor. It is produced industrially
on a large scale
- applications, such as with acridine
orange. The name is a reference
to the acrid odour
of the compound. Carl Gräbe and Heinrich...