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The growth stems, in large part, from China’s lack of access to clean tap water.
Smith makes a saline solution with sparkling water instead of tap water—he prefers San Pellegrino for its crisp minerality.
WHY YOU SHOULD BE ADDING SALT TO YOUR COCKTAILSBY CÉLINE BOSSART/SAVEURSEPTEMBER 4, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Heavy rain and strong winds are already on tap for Cuba, Jamaica, and the Cayman Islands, according to meteorologists.
Leadbetter and Yu first identified about 70 bacterial species in the jar, which likely came from the tap water.
After having trouble cleaning the jar, he filled it with tap water and left it to soak.
As Instagram itself mentions on its official blog, a tap on a product may not always lead to its sale.
For example, people often boil potatoes in plain, pH-neutral tap water.
By the time I had done my toilette there was a tap at the door, and in another minute I was in the salle--manger.
"Come in," said a Cockney voice shrill with youth, in answer to her tap; and the child obeyed.
While thus occupied, there came a soft tap to the outer door—as was sure to be the case, the clerk being absent—and Val opened it.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD

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