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Tritium, a radioactive form of hydrogen, is a vital and perishable ingredient of nuclear bombs.
Because the chain's products are delicate or perishable they must be handled with far more care than rice or wheat.
The group said it was considering legal action to recoup damages for the tons of perishable goods left rotting in warehouses.
He kept mulling over its ultimately perishable nature.
Sour cherries are more perishable than sweet cherries, so many of the faithful pick their own.
If you don't make a habit of eating perishable food that has been left out too long, don't worry about bacteria.
Perishable foods should be dated and kept refrigerated, and discarded when they expire.
Supermarkets are a low-margin business, in part because a large proportion of their stock consists of perishable goods.
But as her dramatic range widened, she became better known for her perishable stage work than her film roles.

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