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brine

a salt solution used in the curing of meat. Standard ingredients are sodium chloride (15 to 30%) and sodium nitrate (0.15 to 1.50%) but many other ingredients may be added for special effects.

brine shrimp
see artemia.
brine staining
caused by leaky pipes carrying coolant in meat storage cold rooms. The coolant is usually calcium chloride and the stain is a pale green.
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That uncertainty prompted Briner and his team to study the rates of retreat of a prehistoric tidewater glacier of similar size and geometry to contemporary ones, as a way to get a longer-term view of how fast these glaciers literally can disappear.
Briner would agree, although he points out that it is still a lot healthier to be in a job rather than be unemployed.
About 50 logs have been sent to the airport authority, and several residents, including Briner, continue to track the noise.
Since much of the Arctic was covered by big ice sheets during the Ice Age, with the most recent glaciations ending around 10,000 years ago, the lake sediment cores people get there only cover the past 10,000 years," said Briner.
Others buying O'Letta's former stock included Fred Briner, a Benton real estate lawyer; and the late-Henry Brown, president of the S&L at the time and Greg Brown's father.
We are pleased that the turnaround in earnings that began in 2010 has continued into the first quarter of 2011," stated Jack Briner, Chief Executive Officer.
We're taking the unprecedented step of keeping Taos Ski Valley open into mid-April because we have amazing conditions and interest from our visitors who want to keep enjoying all that Taos has to offer," said Gordon Briner, Taos Ski Valley's CEO.
Even though the ice sheet retreat was ongoing throughout that whole period, the lion's share of the retreat occurred in a geologic instant - probably within as little as a few hundred years," said Jason Briner, assistant professor of geology in the UB College of Arts and Sciences and lead author on the research paper.
The final quarter of 2008 continued to be a challenging time for financial institutions, including the company,' said Jack Briner, CEO of Mountain Bancorp.
Thomas Coolidge, son of Jacquelyn Coolidge, earned a bachelor of arts degree in psychology; and Melissa Briner, daughter of Katherine Gilman, earned a bachelor of arts degree in theater.