Euphorbia lathyris

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Synonyms for Euphorbia lathyris

poisonous Old World spurge

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The event will feature food and beverages, entertainment, a tour of the new Redwood Coast Petroleum plant and the opportunity to get up close with the official Mobil Race Car.
Saito outlined his short-term expansion plans for the company which includes the construction and assembly of a biodiesel-diesel mixing unit and the expansion of the present petroleum plant to reach the processing capacity of 100 thousand barrels per month from the current level of 45 thousand barrels per month.
Upon the successful completion of the tests, the partners plan to market and sell fuel on a wholesale basis through long term contracts in Botswana and the rest of Africa, which will justify financing for a full scale petroleum plant.
today in the trial of four industrial workers who were seriously injured in a Phillips Petroleum plant explosion in 2000.
petroleum plant to receive ISO 14001 certification.
announced that opening statements would begin Wednesday in the trial of four industrial workers who were seriously injured in a Phillips Petroleum plant explosion in 2000.
which had offices across the country, helped pioneer the contract maintenance concept for expert upkeep and repair of chemical and petroleum plants.
The Libya Stabilisation Team (LST) had begun to direct aid to Tripoli and sent some of its 70-plus group to secure the country's petroleum plants and utilities.
86, continuing the march back from last week's steep fall as rising waters along the Mississippi River threatened to disrupt petroleum plants in Louisiana in the next two weeks.
have demonstrated their method on petroleum plants that separate crude, showing that 70 of the new sequences they identified could enable oil refineries to improve the energy efficiency of this step anywhere from six percent to 48%, indicates Rakesh Agrawal, professor of chemical engineering.
The company, specializing in the servicing of power and petroleum plants, said the employees were delivering tools into the site in preparation of a regular inspection, set to start from Saturday, when the accident took place.
In November 1942 a competitor, the Federation of Arab Trade Unions and Labor Societies (FATULS), formed, representing skilled workers in large enterprises: Haifa's port, petroleum plants, naval base, and government transport.
Control Point Design's customers include some of the biggest industries in the world - petroleum plants, power plants, chemical plants, bio-fuels plants, wastewater treatment plants and hospitals.
Experts have narrowed the culprit to 25 facilities, all clustered about the Houston Ship Channel, home of the nation's largest concentration of petroleum plants - and the state of Republican presidential contender George W.
Products range from solid rocket motor nozzle assemblies, aircraft assemblies, wet and dry friction applications such as military aircraft and automobile racing carbon-carbon brakes, automotive torque control assemblies and transmissions, to materials for industrial insulation for the aluminum and steel industries, chemical process industries and petroleum plants among others.
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