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  • n. Plural form of flask.


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  • I tried to do this reaction sequence in flasks with rubber stoppers (Figure 2), because I had no glassware with ground glass joints.

    Roger Y. Tsien - Autobiography

  • In between I drank champagne, which had apparently been in every movie ever made, and cursed Mayer, and deleted beakers and laboratory flasks from the cantina scene in Star Wars.

    Futures Imperfect

  • If she went to bed now she would be sure to suffer all night, and in one of the flasks was a s ure cure.

    John Dough And The Cherub

  • Even some teens who come to Icing for $25 handbags, headbands and prom apparel called the flasks a bad idea. Latest Headlines

  • The Pacific Teal is carrying 40 of these canisters loaded into two steel "flasks".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Perhaps a book or two will help you decide which way to go on patches, solvents (soap and water works), lubes, tools, starters, flasks, measures, and some tips.

    I was thinking about getting a Traditions Kentucky Rifle .50 Caliber Muzzleloader.

  • It put him in mind of a nineteenth-century laboratory or lecture theatre, and for an instant he saw Bunsen burners on wooden benches, flasks of acid and the skeleton of an ape.

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  • Pilgrim flasks document the collection of oil or water from a sacred site, as a portable "souvenir" with lasting spiritual power, while reliquary jewels and crosses, meant to be worn, suggest that relics were regarded as protective amulets.

    Where Revered Relics Repose

  • When we used to use the general multi-lab cold room, I used to keep large flasks of just general ddH2O in there for the protein purification system.

    Don't Mess With Me

  • A costumed racer On his blog , he suggests other vessels for carrying alcohol during the race, including flasks, hydration backpacks, and specially-designed brassieres.

    San Francisco's New Race Rules: Run Naked, Not Drunk


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