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On February 24, 1988, Richard Lenski seeded 12 flasks with E. coli and set them up to shake overnight at 37ºC.
The officer allegedly found a handgun on the passenger seat, a ski mask, a hooded sweatshirt with ammunition in the front pocket, another pistol magazine and a flask of alcohol.
Five glass boiling flasks may put you in mind of high school chemistry, but Johnson reported from Dessau that Anni and Josef Albers used them as wine decanters.
To test this out, the team set up microcosms of fish farms in flasks containing 300 millilitres of seawater and 200 grams of sediment.
Its specialty is Tungi (TOON-jee), a white spirit made from prickly pear and bottled in a beveled glass flask shaped to evoke the island’s famous (-ish) staircase.
Their experimentation included wrapping sticks with flask weights, flexible coils coated in chemical-resistant plastic that are more typically used to protect glassware in a laboratory.
But there’s always the chance you’ll be bunked near that guy who listens to music without headphones and swills from a hidden flask.
Sit atop the falls, listen to my kid play his guitar, smoke a CAO Brazilia, pull from a flask of Jameson.
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