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Coffee oils are easily dissolved in a weak chlorine bleach solution, but wash with soap and water then rinse well.
The idea that a couple should participate in an ownership society by buying a home has dissolved.
Sinkholes can occur when underground rocks that can be dissolved by water-such as salt, gypsum, and limestone-are inundated.
Higher concentrations of oxygen in air would have meant higher concentrations dissolved in water.
They can eat here, and drink, while they wait many hours for dissolved gases to be safely released from their bodies.
In some places the rusty ships remain, grim reminders of how quickly the industry dissolved.
If a plant is close to the ocean, the brine can be safely released back into the sea if it's dissolved beforehand.
The ocean depths became so corrosive that in many places shells stopped piling up on the seafloor and simply dissolved.
While posturing giants dissolved in drifts of smoke.
Subsequently the hemoglobin is dissolved out, and the envelope can barely be distinguished as a faint circular outline.
All things are dissolved to their centre by their cause, and in the universal miracle petty and particular miracles disappear.
Electricity flowing through the jar dissolved zinc off the positive plate and deposited it on the negative plate.
Lactose is extracted by removing proteins and then dissolved to form glucose and galactose.
Someday each of them may be as smart as an ant, dissolved into our habitat.
The dissolved gas forms bubbles around the salt grains, thereby releasing gas.
In a medium bowl, whisk together the cream, water and instant coffee until the coffee is dissolved.
But after review, they realized that the true agent was the weak alcohol solution the cholesterol was dissolved in.
When two or more ingredients are entirely dissolved in one another, you have a solution.
If the water evaporates, it leaves whatever is dissolved in it.
The ash is dissolved by hydrogen fluoride and can be processed to recover heaps of valuable minerals.
Salt dissolved in food is more likely to be tastable than salt crystals on chips.
Here, the battery is ready to be charged, with positive magnesium and negative antimony ions dissolved in the electrolyte.
Chemical results of a tumor's metabolism are dissolved in the blood, and can end up in the breath.
Dissolved in the ocean, it forms carbonic acid which dissolved the calcium shells of oxygen producing phytoplankton.
In their world, the individual was dissolved in the abstract interest of the collectivity.
Heat over low heat, stirring, until gelatin has dissolved.
Add cream mixture with sugar and a pinch of salt and heat over medium heat, stirring, until sugar has dissolved.
Remove from heat and add gelatin mixture, stirring until dissolved.
When the compressed material was introduced into laboratory tanks, the spines of sea urchins and the shells of mollusks dissolved.
The decomposition process in turn depletes dissolved oxygen in the water.
The rest combines with calcium ions dissolved from rocks to form calcium carbonate.
Pressure at that depth keeps the gas dissolved and prevents it from leaking into the atmosphere.
Most mummies have their organs removed or dissolved inside their bodies prior to mummification.
Appointed county road commissions could be dissolved by a majority vote of a county's board of commissioners.
He also dissolved parliament and tightened his grip on the press.
The obvious solution to the crisis in the short term is for parliament to be dissolved and fresh elections held.
Another ancient way to make ink is to use dyes, in which the colour is dissolved rather than suspended in its solvent.
Herds were privatised and the two-dozen huge state farms dissolved.
Scientists are unsure of the impact of oil dissolved under the surface and how it will affect animals.
Instead, trust has dissolved faster than wasabi in soy sauce.
Stir in the dissolved tomato paste, sugar and lentils.
But over the past few decades that structure dissolved.
It is available illegally as a white, crystalline powder that can be dissolved in either alcohol or water.
Remove from the heat, and stir until the sugar is completely dissolved.
The effect on sea life of the large amounts of oil that dissolved below the surface is still a mystery.
Each model, along with her outfit, dissolved in the darkness that seemed to stubbornly hug the corners of the rectangle.
The more minerals dissolved into the water the higher the total dissolved solids.
Waters with high dissolved solids are generally of inferior palatability.

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