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Recent Examples of sulfur from the Web
Syria agreed to destroy the most dangerous substances from its declared chemical-weapons program, including sulfur mustard and sarin.
Look for treatments that use ingredients such as camphor, zinc, and sulfur.
The eruptions carried carbon monoxide, oxygen, hydrogen, sulfur, and other volatile gases.
And Kiehl's Breakout Control Targeted Acne Spot Treatment is another killer option that contains blemish-fighting sulfur and niacinamide to shrink pores.
Its previous reports have found that Syrian forces had used chlorine bombs at least three times in the conflict and that Islamic State fighters had used sulfur mustard at least once.
Enjoy seafood, pasta, and Neapolitan pizzas at The Forum, or a mountain hot-stone massage at the spa, which uses minerals derived from the nearby sulfur springs.
With industrial activity surging worldwide, the fuel -- known in the industry as ultra-low sulfur diesel or ULSD -- is enjoying strong demand, accelerating total oil consumption growth in 2017 well above the 10-year average.
When Shippy fled, the ghost hurled stones that smelled of sulfur.
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Origin and Etymology of sulfur
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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