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- adj. That cannot be corroded
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My problem is with the Seelbach's overstuffed presentation: Several little blini pancakes, chopped egg white, chopped egg yolk -- all of it overwhelming two little dabs (a quarter ounce) of tiny eggs on noncorroding little mother-of-pearl spoons.
What I did not know was that for at least the last ten years whistle blowers have been telling everyone in Washington and everywhere else they could think of that the noncorroding chemicals that should have been happily flowing through those pipes, preventing the slip last year of 1,000,000 barrels of oil and the close down this year were never used.