Is it sulfur or sulphur?
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Sulfurous compounds called glucosinolates give cruciferous veggies their bitter taste and also potentially fight cancer—but also trigger gassiness and bloating.
Another cargo of light oil, which is less sulfurous than heavier grades, is set to arrive in a couple of months at Ulsan from even farther away -- the U.S. -- to be processed by SK Innovation Co., South Korea’s top refiner.
Its anchor was the J.C. Penney, which had put its first Florida store in Palatka in 1928 and employed a generation of workers, mostly women, who generally did not seek to work in the sulfurous-smelling mill.
To elevate your own sporty shorts, try finishing off the look with an A.L.C cropped ivory tank top with sulfurous Castaigne kidskin slides.
Served with a sharp, almost sulfurous honey-mustard dipping sauce, these scarfable advances on the American fast-food icon could easily become a Schor signature, something she'll be required to serve for the rest of her career.
Bathing in, and drinking, the sulfurous waters of the hot springs, was held to be a cure for everything from nerves to gout.
And the president’s approval of a $1.4 billion weapons sale to Taiwan provoked a sulfurous reaction from the Chinese government.
The compact spa (a sulfurous and geothermally heated hot tub, steam room and sauna) and gym cost 15 euros (about $17) a person for the entire stay.
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SULFUROUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sulfurous for English Language Learners
chemistry : of, relating to, or containing sulfur
SULFUROUS Defined for Kids
Definition of sulfurous for Students
- a sulfurous odor
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