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Stoumen made lighter reds this year, limiting the time juice was in contact with grape skins because the skins could have smoke residue from the wildfires that devastated Northern California wine country this harvest season.
A little smoke, a little sweet, the loose stack of produce is irresistible.
At lower heights, the team found, smoke and soot triggered most melting of the snow and ice.
Outside of her apartment in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood, a throat-burning blanket of smoke hovered over the city as wildfires tore through the surrounding region.
Their pulled pork shoulder, flecked with seasoned pieces of outside brown, takes a plodding hunk of meat and turns it into an elegant tangle of smoke, acid, flesh and fat.
Like smoke alarms, they chirp and beep to let you know about low batteries or unsafe conditions.
On April 15, 2019, the night of the great Notre Dame fire, the world watched in disbelief and sorrow as flames devoured its roof and columns of thick smoke shot into the sky.
Halo Life has incorporated proprietary SETA Nanofilter technology from New Zealand that filters out virtually all airborne particulates, including smoke, dust, exhaust fumes, toxins, odors, pollens, pathogens, and pollutants.
Some say they catch whiffs of cigarette smoke everywhere they go.
There was all this smoke and fire and stuff aimed at each other, and at the end of the day, only inches moved.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.