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Mustard Gas

A chemical made from sulfur that causes blisters on human skin. It has been used in chemical warfare since World War I. See also: Chemical Weapons Convention.
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George was the original mastermind behind the success of Mint and Mustard and Chai Street before he moved on to set up his own restaurant.
Packed in 5-ounce glass jars, Tracklements mustards have a suggested retail of $4.
1] were assigned in main plots and four wild mustard densities such as 0, 5, 10 and 15 plants [m.
The collection of wine and spirit enhanced mustards will add an intense and sophisticated taste to whatever you choose to apply your chosen mustard to, be it cordon bleu cooking or a slice of bread.
Mustard is a cool season and usually bountiful blood leaf crop.
But, after the departures of Stoneman for 32 and Ryan Pringle in the space of eight balls to leave the score at 81 for two in the ninth, Mustard built upon the early assault to secure a first win at the second attempt by five wickets with 31 balls to spare.
The mustard oil crop is of a great importance to farmers, as it is the first crop of the season after six months of winters.
Today, situated on 10 acres in Rankin County, The Mustard Seed has grown into a successful organization including 18 staff members and 46 clients, affectionately called "Seedsters," that are day- and full-time residents.
Mrs Mustard takes its name from a piece of culinary history created in the city when it became the first place in the world to use mustard powder.
Staff advise you on the best mustard to have with a meal, which will vary in heat, intensity and flavour.
Mustard seed is a small round seed from three principal types of mustard plants: black mustard (Brassica nigra), brown Indian mustard (Brassica juncea) and white mustard (Brassica alba).