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Most recently, Hoole and her fellow researchers identified an array of pollens that clung to a clay beaker found inside Ava’s grave.
Moreover, restrictions on items that can be brought into a detention center mean science classes are taught without beakers, Bunsen burners, microscopes, and anything that’s sharp or can be used as a weapon.
As Kennedy reports in The Guardian, archaeologists working in the area discovered a henge monument, Iron Age round huts, a pottery beaker, an ancient enclosure, and the bones of three children who died about 4,000 years ago.
Order the pancake of the day, which comes with a tiny beaker of real maple syrup, or one of the breakfast sandwiches, plus a bracing glass of beet lemonade.
So then into the bowl goes a beaker of citrusy Tanqueray 10; whole sprigs of rosemary, thyme, lemongrass, cucumber, lime basil, and oranges; and then as much Q tonic as one desires.
Don't look for beakers and Bunsen burners at Parleaux Beer Lab.
Incredibly, the beakers remained undisturbed through the war.
LaB Coffee and Roasters take their name to heart: the company serves their brew in beakers emblazoned with the chemical sign for caffeine.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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