1 There was a hint of acid in the old voice.
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2 Melanie with cool dignity and India with acid bitterness saw to that.
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3 Mrs. Bogart was not the acid type of Good Influence.
4 She nodded and smiled and was very busy about purchasing boric acid.
5 Bubbles of carbonic acid gas will rise to the surface and burst, and make rings two or three feet wide.
6 And Trixie was not a name that suited, as Sands did, the thin, acid woman, red-haired, sharp and clean, who never dashed off masterpieces, it was true; but then never dropped hairpins in the soup.
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7 But even on windless days the air always smelt of something under-earth: sulphur, iron, coal, or acid.
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8 Has a white splash of acid upon his forehead.
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9 A formidable array of bottles and test-tubes, with the pungent cleanly smell of hydrochloric acid, told me that he had spent his day in the chemical work which was so dear to him.
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10 I don't know what it was, but it had either prussic acid or white lead in it.
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11 There was a horrible smell of nitric acid in the room.
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12 It restores the blue color of litmus-paper reddened by an acid, and it turns syrup of violets green.
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13 The walk revived her spirits, and flattering herself that she had made good bargains, she trudged home again, after buying a very young lobster, some very old asparagus, and two boxes of acid strawberries.
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14 The sensation was like being touched in the marrow with some pungent and searching acid, it set my very teeth on edge.
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15 Comrades, we shall overthrow the government as true as there are fifteen intermediary acids between margaric acid and formic acid; however, that is a matter of perfect indifference to me.
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