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At the salt flat, two companies pump out brine from below the surface.

As they had for generations, men stood in the brine, using wooden trowels to rake thick crusts of salt that formed on shallow pools of seawater, and then piled it high to dry into crystals.

Add the cabbage leaves and toss in the brine until well coated.

Calcium, magnesium, sodium, and other salt deposits are found globally on Mars, and previous experiments suggest that brines can easily form in subpolar regions there.

In the past month, it has pumped an average of nearly 1,400 gallons of oil and brine a day out of a cistern it installed there.

Oil Companies Are Profiting From Illegal Spills. And California Lets Them.by Janet Wilson, The Desert Sun, and Lylla Younes, ProPublicaSeptember 18, 2020ProPublica

Recovering her equilibrium, the ship started through the brine, and as the succeeding roller came on, she was urging ahead fast.

Homeward BoundJames Fenimore Cooper

In sheer devilment they cut it up, put it into a cask of brine that stood handy, and then recovered the cask and left it.

The first mouthful sent a thrill of horror to his heart; it was salt as brine.

Pour it hot on the ham, and baste it every day; it may then remain in the brine two or three weeks.

There was a sudden whirlpool, a splashing and a spluttering, as all the five men went under and drank the brine.

The Book of the BushGeorge Dunderdale

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