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A good rule of thumb is, the longer the brine, the weaker the brine.
NB - the terms inferred and indicated are defined in the JORC code, to represent relative geological uncertainty, although the JORC code was not designed for use in connection with minerals which are dissolved in brines.
Brines may be one of Scotland's top whistlers but Saturday's refereeing display during Rangers' 2-1 win at Motherwell left the Light Blues supporters seething.
Injecting brine solutions into beef cuts to enhance the product's tenderness or flavor may translocate E.
The will observe whether these organisms survive, grow and reproduce in brines just below the surface of the soil.
They injected them with either a control brine containing 4.
Then he was also censured for having a go at Brines for not knowing his rulebook - when the whistler tried to banish the Bairns manager from a dressing-room he was perfectly entitled to be in.
Now Hughes, who is convinced that he, Craig Levein and Gus McPherson are marked men, is looking for a face-to-face meeting with Brines and other referees to sort things out.
He has provided evidence for Mg-rich brine seep activities along the Cathedral Escarpment coeval with the deposition of the famous Middle Cambrian fossil Lagerstatte, and he suggests that brines may have played a role in the distribution of Burgess Shale organisms and in their exceptional preservation.
Because magnesium chloride brine freezes at an extremely low temperature, around -25 degrees F, the compound helps keep streets and sidewalks clear in even the most severe conditions and minimizes freeze/thaw damage to concrete.
Brines altered the estuarine salinity gradient and introduced benzenes, napthalenes, unidentified hydrocarbons, and metals to water and sediments.
Either they try to manufacture them by setting up fusion reactions involving lighter nuclei, or they look for traces of them in somewhat exotic minerals, such as meteoric debris or certain hot brines.
Brines were encountered in 23 of the 46 samples taken, with another 4 samples being classified as almost brine, and a further 3 samples being brackish water.
ILC currently has 9 active REM projects, well balanced between lithium brines in Argentina and Nevada and hard-rock pegmatites in Canada and Ireland.
EGGERT JONSSON reckons Hearts must blank the presence of Iain Brines today - but fears the "strange" decision to send the official to Dunfermline could overshadow events at East End Park.