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The corrosive is acidic.
PW, HPW and WFI are highly corrosive.
In addition, the corrosive atmosphere.
Corrosive resistance to sulfates and acids.
This is caused by acidic or corrosive diets.
Martyrdom is sublimation, corrosive sublimation.
This shows as corrosive wear marks on the teeth.

Remove clothing that may retain corrosive substances.
Spitting fat or corrosive chemicals may burn the eyeball.
Binet explained that he wanted a corrosive to make himself some.
The corrosive effect of clothing fashions is a constant problem.
Sulfur is a corrosive material that decreases the purity of a crude oil.
The look on the cripple’s face was too corrosive for the lil bomber to.
This is caused by corrosive diets, such as too much unnatural sugar in the diet.
He sat there under the corrosive gaze of the secretary he’d blown past five minutes before.
Installation techniques are important because they can affect the mechanical, corrosive, and.
They share a habit of giving corrosive words that undermine their self-respect and self-esteem.
Liberty’s van lived under the carport, next to the house, exposed to the corrosive salty air.
Inside is a potent magic that is very corrosive and the container itself is also not as it first seems.
That meant in turn that she would be covered with hot, corrosive sulfur lava when appearing in the airlock.
Their bodies were slashed with open cracks that formed under the corrosive onslaught of sun, salt, wind, and fuel residue.
The name meant honey in Parso, which Rob took for typical heathen cheek: her temperament was corrosive as quicklime.
Binet explained that he wanted a corrosive to make himself some copperwater with which to remove rust from his hunting things.
There is a fluid in the eye and when this becomes overly acidic or corrosive it begins to eat away at the flesh it encounters.
The other war, the bloody one of twenty years, did not cause them as much damage as the corrosive war of eternal postponements.
The typical fund holds on to its stocks for only 11 months at a time, so trading costs eat away at returns like a corrosive acid.
Stress triggers collapse, but is not the corrosive agent that wore away at the cellular integrity of the collective's intra-dependency.
This process consists in placing the dead body thoroughly emptied and washed, in water kept constantly saturated with corrosive sublimate.
A server then viciously threw a handful of spoons into a cutlery bin, effectively splashing Blok with industrial-strength, corrosive chemicals.
Prohibited items include chemicals, flammable, corrosive or explosive items as well as food and other perishables that may go bad while in transit.
Besides Calvinism's corrosive influence, there were men like William Graham Sumner, who proclaimed, A drunkard in the gutter is where he ought to be.
Corrosive agents such as oxygen and heat have almost no effect on gold, which can retain its luster over long periods of time (think thousands of years).
Every piece of electronic equipment was situated near the bottom of the companionway ladder, making it a certainty that corrosive saltwater drenched it all.
And perhaps even more to the point, he couldn’t afford the bitter, corrosive rage those camps sent roaring through his soul every time he so much as thought about them.
The volcano was still spewing a huge plume of sulfur ash and gas and corrosive dust kept raining down constantly as the ship stopped to a hover above a river of sulfur lava.
The device had been painted with black and yellow stripes at some point in its past but these were barely visible now, after years of being splashed with corrosive chemicals.
About eight out of ten have fire breath, about two of ten can exhale extreme cold, only seven dragons can exhale poison gas, and only three can exhale clouds of corrosive mist.
For a few seconds he stared at the screen, then the boiler ruptured in a hissing explosion of corrosive steam – Under Manger's instructions or not, up with this he would not put.
The rabbits are forced to endure the chemical burn on their unblinking eyes for as many as several days before they’re killed; just so the chemicals can be rated from mild to corrosive.
After completion of laconic epistolary compositions she abandoned the implement of calligraphy in the encaustic pigment, exposed to the corrosive action of copperas, green vitriol and nutgall.

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