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strong and sharp

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Ryanair said last night the "acrid smell" was caused by chemicals used to clean the engines after the traces of volcanic ash were found.
Xia Ku Cao is acrid, bitter, and cold, and it enters the liver and gallbladder channels.
Mian Mohammad Aslam, director of Acrid and managing director of CAP Group, said that only Tekla's cutting edge technology can facilitate the complete lifecycle management of any project.
It was the acrid stench that filled lower Manhattan after September 11.
According to the Fresno Bee, the blaze spewed acrid smoke and sickened nearby residents.
The acrid, rhythmically frenetic miniatures propel a ten-dancer, eleven-section piece that starts with the participants clumped on the floor in a pyramidal formation.
Acrid smoke in the cabin forced a Kyrgyz jet carrying 61 people to make an emergency landing at a Russian airport in the early morning of 22 December 2003.
William Thomas, however, successfully brings to life the long, acrid feud between Thomas Babington Macaulay (1800-1859) and John Wilson Croker (1780-1857).
"The challenge is to put opaqueness into the beer while keeping acrid, burnt flavors out of it.
Most of Vietnam's new production was robusta, the less flavorful, more acrid (some experts compare the taste to that of burnt rubber), and less expensive type of bean, as opposed to arabica, the milder, more flavorful, more expensive variety.
Is he bankrolling dead-eyed unloved boys like the ones who murder children in cafes and buses and murdered my friend Tommy Crotty on the 102nd floor of the twin towers and left his wife weeping alone in their bed and his daughters unfathered and his grinning face a swirl of acrid dust on Liberty Street?
An ancient remedy for skincare, based on a mixture of soil, cereal, milk and lime, is currently being used to preserve the marble surface of the Taj Mahal which is suffering from the effects of pollution and acrid rain.
A cushion for people with medical conditions that result in more volume and more acrid intestinal gas than the average person, Miracle Air III has ten times the activated carbon in its filter compared to its sister product, the Gas-BGon cushion.
In Colorado, Carla Harper, Mike Preston and the 10-year-old Ponderosa Pine Partnership have found new ways to help restore old-growth pine habitat acrid protect the forest from fire.
Fermented wine was used as well as the unripe, sour juice acresta, meaning acrid. As the Romans made their way north, grape growing spread across Europe, and by 300 A.D., the use of fermented and unfermented juice in recipes was a common practice.