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She is low in calcium, buy a bag of oyster shell.

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Hi, Vaccum hardening is when the hardening ia beong performed in a vaccum furnace..... that means that no oxygen (practically speaking) is present and hence no oxides will be formed (oxides have an inverted effect on the desired properties). Hardening in a normal furnace can be performed either in ...

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Coshow to shell the castor bean ? view this website ,this machine can

let them sit long enough and they will open up themselves. be careful, thats ricin in those beans, it can easily make u very sick if not kill you

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Jagdish, I can see that you have a great deal to learn about magnetism. It is an essential field of physics. If you would like I can tutor you through the basics: ferromagnets, electromagnets, paramagnetism, and diamagnetism. There is much more to learn but we best learn it a step at a time. To ...

How long do you boil eggs in the microwave.

I hope you are piercing the shells. If not, they could explode and really make a mess.

Easter egg leftovers

Easter eggs are better only for decoration no so for eating. When for eating than only for preparation of variouse delicatese (muffins, kakes, chocolate or pudings) as proportional aditivum for deserts.