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The air was full of sulphurous thunder.
When I to sulphurous and tormenting flames.
It is a spa of sulphurous water supposed to have medicinal properties.
As the panic subsided I smelt the sulphurous odour of a slow fuse being lit.
It seemed as if there was some sulphurous fume, which at times made me dizzy.
Oh I could smell the smells also, the sulphurous stink of the dactyls, the bowels torn open.
A strong sulphurous fume issues from an irregular hole in the side of the hill of about 2 feet diameter.

Torrey, John, on the condensation of carbonic, sulphurous and chloro-chromic acid gases, xxxv, 374; xxxvi, 394.
I repeat only what he said—that Morgan could fire bullets from his finger-tips—that he breathed out sulphurous flames.
When thoroughly kindled, it burns with less flame, yields a small proportion of blackish smoke, and sulphurous acid gas is evolved, though I cannot discover any pyrites.
My father rented a house here, long ago, so that my mother, who had severe lumbago pains, would take daily baths at the Cabritage, a sulphurous spa with a horrid, putrid smell extending far beyond the immediate vicinity of the sanitarium.
In the distance the transports, more in a bunch now, held on straight for Sulaco, with their air of friendly contest, of nautical sport, of a regatta; and the united smoke of their funnels drove like a thin, sulphurous fogbank right over his head.
A strong sulphurous acid ran down the walls of many of the galleries; and I observed one of the drains was filled with a yellowish gelatinous substance, which I ascertained, on a subsequent examination, was a yellow, or rather a reddish, oxide of iron, mechanically suspended in water.
I can only speculate on the metabolism of the creatures that depend on this funnel for life – it is my learned opinion, owing to the sulphurous smell, that these creatures conserve the gasses that we would otherwise emit when we break wind, and, these being flammable, slowly combust them for their energy.

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