bitter lake


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bitter lake

[¦bid·ər ′lāk]
(hydrology)
A lake rich in alkaline carbonates and sulfates.
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This past week, a dog was shocked in Seattle's Bitter Lake playfield due to contact voltage.
According to its curators, the work "imagines the microcosm of life in the Great Bitter Lake as a kind of time capsule that connects it with what else was going on during this period across the world.
Effective diplomacy also will require revisiting the 1945 Bitter Lake agreement between the U.
Roosevelt met with Saudi King Abdul Aziz in February 1945 in that pivotal three-day encounter aboard the US Navy cruiser Quincy in the Great Bitter Lake in the Suez Canal -- a meeting that served as the foundation for the long-standing relationship between Washington and Riyadh -- the issue that dominated the talks was the fate of Palestine.
NEWSBOY 1-2-3 1 EFFUSIVE 2 SEXY LEGS 3 BITTER LAKE EFFUSIVE managed to win on debut despite looking anything but street-wise, and a big step forward is anticipated today - at rewarding odds.
Roosevelt, on board the American cruiser `Quincy' in the Great Bitter Lake in the Suez Canal.
Subsequent to the Yalta Conference, Roosevelt met Saudi King Ibn Saud on board the USS Quincy on Great Bitter Lake in the Suez Canal in Egypt.
Specially crafted stamps bore the emblem of a "micronation" created out of necessity: GBEA, the Great Bitter Lake Association, as the crewmen of the Yellow Fleet called themselves.
And in September 2009, 1,100 tons of crude oil poured into Bitter Lake.
In contrast, these Arabs had had no beef with the US, for their relationship with it began auspiciously: King Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia meets with US president Franklin Roosevelt aboard the USS Quincy on February 14, 1945, in the Great Bitter Lake.
West at Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Chaves County on 20 November 2005, was far from suitable habitat and was presumably a late migrant; it had no fat, a mass of 41.
The species coexist in small, geographically isolated springs at Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Chaves County in southeastern New Mexico.