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demijohn

a large bottle with a short narrow neck, often with small handles at the neck and encased in wickerwork
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Caption: Sanitize your carboy or fermenter before adding the wort.
To determine whether the daily removal of snails is causing mortalities, snails were removed daily from a carboy without "milking " them, and after a few minutes they were returned into the water again.
I am not sorry for my crime.' His family asked for the body for burial, but the request was denied and the corpse was buried in the prison along with six barrels of quicklime and a carboy of sulphuric acid.
Scientists at the FDA found traces of bisphenol A--an endocrine disruptor that can alter the reproductive development of animals--after 39 weeks in water held at room temperature in large polycarbonate containers (like that carboy atop your office water cooler).
4 "CAR-BOY'S GARDEN" IN MAX ANDERSSON'S DEATH AND CANDY COMIC BOOK (FANTAGRAPHIC, 1999) tells a dark, haunting story: CarBoy finds a piece of meat in the refrigerator and throws it on the compost, where it grows into two flesh-eating surrogate parents, whom Car-Boy has to take care of.
According to a Dow Jones report, BT Alex Brown VP Michael Carboy, also speaking at the event, predicted 15% growth rates for the year, and said that he now "believed the disk-drive industry was poised for disciplined growth." Better growth in the PC market and a shake-out of disk drive manufacturers are factors in the recovery, the conference heard.
MOUNT PROSPECT -- Avison Young has negotiated the sale of a 182,298-square-foot industrial property at 1900-2000 Carboy Drive in Mount Prospect.
I sourced a 3-gallon glass carboy from a corner store specializing in Italian foods.
The golden liquid is then siphoned into a 5-gallon glass carboy with an airlock for an oxygen-free environment that allows the fermentation gases to escape.
Tennants picture specialist Charlotte Carboy described the Tynemouth sketch as "quite sparing."
Tennants picture specialist Charlotte Carboy described the Tynemouth sketch as "quite sparing." She said: "Many of Lowry's coastal and river views were very different from his industrial landscapes.