citric acid

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a weak water-soluble acid found in many fruits (especially citrus fruits)

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Underwriter Laboratories, a United States-based worldwide safety consulting and certification company, has completed UL 2735 certification of its residential line of E330 FOCUS(R) AX and E350 FOCUS AX-SD meters.
As far as the price goes, the Nokia Lumia 830 can be purchased for E330 that roughly translates to US$427, AU$456 and [pounds sterling]261.
To date the EBRD has invested more than E330 million in Montenegro, generating business of more than E600 million.
The Chinese company also announced seven other ThinkPad Edge laptops for SMEs, the 14-inch ThinkPad Edge S430, 14-inch ThinkPad Edge E430, 15-inch ThinkPad E530, 11-inch ThinkPad E130, 13-inch ThinkPad E330, 14-inch B480 and 15-inch B580.
The survey, which was completed by senior investment professionals at 51 organisations ranging in size from less than E330 million ($500 million) to more than E13 billion ($20 billion) in assets, revealed that more than 90 per cent of institutions polled planned to either increase or maintain their allocations to private equity in the coming year.
The Island Break Weekend which includes two night's accommodation in a deluxe ocean view room with full Irish buffet breakfast each morning and dinner on one evening starts from E330 per person.
Well there's a whole 34% that is turkey, then you add water, pork fat, rusk, coating (sugar, rusk, tomato powder, wheat starch, dextrose, salt, wheat flour, potassium chloride, hydrogenated vegetable oil, citric acid, spices, onion powder, malt extract, smoke flavourings, garlic powder, colour [E160c], mustard flour, permitted sweetener [E951], herb, spice extracts, herb extracts), not forgetting vegetable oil, turkey skin, salt, wheat flour, dextrose, stabiliser (E450), mustard, yeast extract, antioxidants (E304, E307, E330, E300), and herb extract.
French agent Herve Barjot went to extraordinary lengths to conceal his identity when going to E330,000 for the Grangemore Stud's Galileo half-sister to St Leger and Grand Prix de Paris winner Scorpion.