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Back in the cold room are three beakers containing seawater mixed with the same oil and dispersant released in the Deepwater Horizon spill.
The test administer, Jason Shoemake, noticed Fulton pouring the contents of a small bottle into the beaker the player was expected to fill with his own sample.
The ship will also have a Test Kitchen restaurant, designed by Concrete Amsterdam, that is made to look like a laboratory, with a periodic table in the entrance and test tubes, beakers and flasks inside.
Tuesday is May 1, otherwise known as Labor Day or International Workers’ Day, and Google is marking the occasion with a Doodle featuring the tools of various trades — from hardhats and shovels to mixing bowls, books and laboratory beakers.
The rose buds—opening almost like peonies—gather like a headdress, a crown that grows out of and tops off the beaker that contains and nourishes it.
Scrape the mixture into a mini chopper or the beaker of an immersion blender and set aside to cool briefly.
But don't expect fantastical concoctions with fancy bitters served in beakers on a bed of dry ice.
In a cavernous building in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, just steps from the Mississippi River, environmental engineer Clint Willson lifts a beaker filled with dark plastic crumbs.
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Origin and Etymology of beaker
BEAKER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of beaker for English Language Learners
: a wide glass with a lip for pouring that is used especially in chemistry for holding and measuring liquids
: a large drinking cup with a wide opening that is typically made of plastic or metal
BEAKER Defined for Kids
Definition of beaker for Students
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