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Other carbonate grains comprising limestones are ooids, peloids, intraclasts, and extraclasts.
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Other polonium compounds include acetate, bromate, carbonate, citrate, chromate, cyanide, formate, hydroxide, nitrate, selenate, monosulfide, sulfate and disulfate.
Other minerals from which zinc is extracted include smithsonite ( zinc carbonate ), hemimorphite ( zinc silicate ), wurtzite ( another zinc sulfide ), and sometimes hydrozincite ( basic zinc carbonate ).
Other common constituents are calcium carbonate, palmitate phosphate, bilirubin, and other bile pigments.
Other examples of drugs with a narrow therapeutic range, which may require drug monitoring both to achieve therapeutic levels and to minimize toxicity, include: dimercaprol, theophylline, warfarin and lithium carbonate.
Other historically successful combined cycles have used hot cycles with mercury vapor turbines, magnetohydrodynamic generators or molten carbonate fuel cells, with steam plants for the low temperature " bottoming " cycle.
Other than the pungent ammonia smell that is produced when baking with ammonium carbonate, and the possibility of a slight ammonia taste remaining in the baked goods, is that the ammonia released during the baking process reacts with glucose and fructose to form intermediate molecules which in turn react with asparagine ( an amino acid found in nuts, seeds, and whole grains ) to form acrylamide, a carcinogen.
Other examples of fillers include: lactose, sucrose, glucose, mannitol, sorbitol, calcium carbonate, and magnesium stearate.
Other suggested tests include those for calcium, carbonate alkalinity, magnesium, and other trace elements.
Other ( natural ) forms of available strontium include strontium lactate, strontium gluconate, strontium carbonate, and strontium citrate.
Other systems that form aqueous biphases are: PEG-sodium carbonate or PEG and phosphates, citrates or sulfates.
Other and grains
Other malted and unmalted grains ( including wheat, rice, oats, and rye, and, less frequently, corn and sorghum ) may be used.
Other versions had grains the size of golf and tennis balls for use in 20-inch ( 50-cm ) Rodman guns.
Other methods commonly practised in Europe included severing the tendons at the knees or placing poppy seeds, millet, or sand on the ground at the grave site of a presumed vampire ; this was intended to keep the vampire occupied all night by counting the fallen grains, indicating an association of vampires with arithmomania.
Other proofs of explosive nucleosynthesis are found within the stardust grains that condensed within the interiors of supernovae as they expanded and cooled.
Other unusual isotopic ratios within these grains reveal many specific aspects of explosive nucleosynthesis.
Other common vehicles include contaminated fish and shellfish, produce, or leftover cooked grains that have not been properly reheated.
Other grains or legumes may be used, although dishes prepared with other ingredients are often referred to by other names, such as polenta or grits.
Other times a similar three-number system indicated bore ( caliber ), charge ( grains ), and bullet weight ( grains ).
Other methods of harnessing solar power are solar space heating ( for heating internal building spaces ), solar drying ( for drying wood chips, fruits, grains, etc.
Other presolar grains ( AGB star grains ) provide isotopic and physical information on asymptotic giant branch stars, which have manufactured the lion's share of the refractory elements lighter than iron in the galaxy.
Other grains, beans, peas or even vetch were traded in years when wheat and barley prices were high.
Other primary production activities include dairying, the production of grains, lamb, pork, fruit, potatoes, poultry, eggs, various mining activities, timber production, viticulture and aquaculture.
Other staple foods in Indonesia include a number of starchy tubers such as ; yam, sweet potato, potato, taro and cassava ; also starchy fruit such as breadfruit and jackfruit and grains such as maize and wheat.
Other specific values are defined ( and those definitions may vary within different jurisdictions, including from state to state in the United States ) for other grains, oilseeds, fruits, vegetables, coal, hair, and many other commodities.
Other important principles are to choose rocks which vary in color, shape and size, to avoid rocks with bright colors which might distract the viewer, and make certain that the grains of rocks run in the same direction.
Other grains and starch sources generally considered suitable for gluten-free diets include amaranth, arrowroot, millet, montina, lupin, quinoa, sorghum ( jowar ), taro, teff, chia seed, and yam.
Other evidence for impact includes planar deformation features ( PDFs ) in quartz and feldspar grains.
Other recipes call for cooked kasha and chopped wild mushrooms or, more recently, combinations of whole grains and root vegetables.
Other foods consumed include green cabbage, cheese, butter, and roasted grains, with meat consumption being very limited ( also used in rituals or ceremonies ).
Other methods commonly practised in Europe included severing the tendons at the knees or placing poppy seeds, millet, or sand on the ground at the grave site of a presumed vampire ; this was intended to keep the vampire occupied by counting the fallen grains at the rate of one grain per year, indicating an association of vampires with arithmomania.
Other flowers that are generally anemophilous are observed to be actively worked by bees, with solitary bees often visiting grass flowers, and the larger honeybees and bumblebees frequently gathering pollen from corn tassels and other grains.
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Other accents include a range of accents spoken in the West Midlands ( In the major towns and conurbations ( The Black Country, Birmingham, Coventry, Stoke-on-Trent and Wolverhampton ) and in rural accents ( such as in Herefordshire and south Worcestershire )); the accents of the counties comprising the East Midlands ( Derby, Leicester, Lincoln, Northampton, and Nottingham ) and East Anglia ( Norfolk, Suffolk, north Essex and Cambridgeshire ).
Other large buildings include a " Pillared Hall ", thought to be an assembly hall of some kind, and the so-called " College Hall ", a complex of buildings comprising 78 rooms, thought to have been a priestly residence.
Other members of White's graduating year included Edmund Clarence Stedman, the poet and essayist, Wayne MacVeagh, Attorney General of the United States and U. S. Ambassador to Italy, and Hiram Bingham II, the missionary, collectively comprising the so-called " famous class of ' 53 ".
Other events include the distance medley relay ( comprising legs of 1200 m, 400 m, 800 m, and 1600 m ), which is frequently held in the United States, and a sprint relay, known as the Swedish medley relay, which is popular in Scandinavia and held at the World Youth Championships in Athletics programme.
Other facilities include the Design and New Product Development Centre, which provides students with metal and plastics prototyping workshops as well as a dedicated CAD suite ; digital studios comprising photography and video labs alongside other computer-based facilities ; and fashion and textiles workshops.
* Exiles, a name used for an Other Nationalities rugby league team, comprising European based Australian, New Zealand, and Pacific Island players
While they toured Europe and Japan, the group forwent an American tour to work on their new project, Christmas Eve and Other Stories, recorded by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra ( TSO ), comprising Savatage and a large orchestra.
* The Ship That Died of Shame, and Other Stories ( 1959 ) ( comprising The Ship That Died of Shame ; Oh To Be In England!
Other ways to test someone is via autobiographical knowledge using the Autobiographical Memory Interview ( AMI ), comprising names of relatives, personal information, and job history.
Other schools, Kashasha itself, and another village, comprising thousands of people, were all affected to some degree.
Other parties are personality-based, often comprising followers of a present or past political leader or warlord.
Other religious groups operated freely and include Roman Catholics, Orthodox, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists and Sikhs were present in very small numbers, together comprising less than 1 percent of the population.
Other plays for television from the 1960s are And Did Those Feet ( 1965 ), The Parachute ( 1968 ) and Let's Murder Vivaldi ( 1968 ) and another trilogy, comprising On the Eve of Publication ( 1969 ), The Cellar and the Almond Tree ( 1970 ) and Emma's Time ( 1970 ).