green salt

green salt

[′grēn ¦sȯlt]
(inorganic chemistry)
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That green salt on the roads is actually a cut above the stuff you're used to seeing.
CUTLINE: Green salt waits for winter at the Holden DPW facility on Adams Road.
Paragraph III says, "Although the agency will submit the documents to the Islamic Republic, considering the Green Salt Project, experiments of high explosives and carrying missiles with returning abilities, it will also keep them with itself.
Then Walker''s came along with their blue cheese and onion crisps and green salt and vinegar, totally messing up what had been a perfectly good system and turning choosing a crisp from a proffered packet into snack Russian roulette.
Iran's state news agency Sunday quoted Gholam-Reza Aghazadeh, the head of Iran's nuclear program, as telling reporters, "We have received an official letter from the IAEA in which it has declared that the issue of green salt is closed.
Melissa Fleming, spokeswoman for the agency, replied in writing: "There has been no change of status on the outstanding issues, including the green salt issue, since Director General [Mohamed] ElBaradei's statement to the Board of Governors on 27 November 2008.
When Pilgrims John and Priscilla Alden of Mayflower fame moved the few miles north from Plymouth in 1627, they found emerald green salt marshes and an upland clothed in maples, pine, and oak.
It's a modern, airy space with square tables looking like ebony gloss kitchen worktops, green or brown leather armless chairs, green placemats, and even green salt and pepper cellars.