green salt

green salt

[′grēn ¦sȯlt]
(inorganic chemistry)
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The contract to be awarded includes the supply of ferrous sulfate heptahydrate (green salt).
That green salt on the roads is actually a cut above the stuff you're used to seeing.
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.
According to American and foreign officials, the laptop documents detailed a project known as Green Salt, involving uranium processing, high explosives and a missile warhead design.
Iran has in the past dismissed investigations by the IAEA into the so-called "Green Salt Project", which the US alleged was an Iranian plan studying diverse components of a nuclear weapons program, including uranium enrichment and high explosives testing.
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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.
One of those cases involves a letter that discusses a so-called "green salt" project that could have nuclear applications.
There were other problems with the one-page flowsheets showing a plan for a "green salt" conversion facility, which were attributed to Kima Maadan and said to be part of the military-run nuclear weapons project.
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.