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A US Army code name for the test detonation of a thermonuclear device in August 1957 during Operation Plumbbob; the soldiers who were intentionally exposed to radioactive fallout later had an increased risk of leukaemia
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The trolley also harbours a jiko that keeps the eggs and smokies hot, making them tastier.
Smokie Mo's opens in Liverpool's Grand Central this coming weekend
Farmers' unions say producing smokies legally in approved abattoirs under Meat Hygiene Service supervision, would not only meet consumer demand but also eliminate potentially-serious animal and human health worries.
A FSA spokeswoman said: "If agreed, this would help to eliminate the driver for the current illegal production of smokies that carries food safety risks to consumers and requires considerable enforcement activity.
His shop sells traditional haddock smokies for pounds 6.60 per kilo while the hake smokies are pounds 5.50.
The same goes for vegetation in the Smokies. Trees exhale and some burn in wildfires--but how do you differentiate between emissions that result from a natural wildfire, and the wood burning in someone's fireplace outside the park?
Criminal gangs make vast fortunes by selling sub-standard meat for use in 'smokies', a meat delicacy eaten at religious and holiday festivals by people from Nigeria and Ghana.
He also warned the illegal importation of possibly infected smokies risked spreading disease across the UK farming industry.
The Smokies (or Smokys) are named for the blue mist that seems to hover in both peaks and valleys.
And they want Eurocrats to act and protect their product by insisting that only haddock smoked in the town can rightly be sold as Arbroath Smokies.
Mid-table Smokies also played a friendly, against newcomers Forces of Evil.