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flake

Cocaine, see there.
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But this week thousands of people on the internet have become extremely curious about the history ofKellogg'sCorn Flakes and it's all thanks to a viral post onFacebookandTwitter.
Summary: Glass flake coatings possess superior properties such as anticorrosion and anti-abrasion.
If using flavoured flakes, the taste is encapsulated in the flake until the product is baked and the fat starts to melt.
Jeffrey Lane Flake, who most recently served as a U.S.
Jordan Flake and her 1-year-old son Jackson were aboard a flight set to depart from El Paso, Texas, for Columbia, South Carolina, after visiting Flake's husband, a member of the military who had received a four-day pass before his next deployment, when an airline employee approached them.
This is when the fishing boats of Piscine Energetics (https://www.mysis.com/) head out to harvest mysis shrimp, the main ingredient in PE Mysis pellet and flake foods.
New research has found that 60% of Brits are unaware that their Cadbury Flake 99s may not always be the real deal.
In a speech on the Senate floor, Flake, of Arizona, called Trumps repeated attacks on the media "repulsive" and said Trump "has it precisely backward." Despotism is the enemy of the people, while a free press is the despots enemy and a guardian of democracy, Flake said.
To make sure its new chocolate flavor met expectations, Kellogg said it invited fans to weigh in at nearly every step of the development process to create the new flavored cereal by testing how different cocoas interacted with the cereal flake and milk in the bowl.
Mr Flake cited the era of Joseph McCarthy, the Republican senator whose smear tactics led to his censure.
Mr Trump fired back on Twitter, saying Mr Flake and another Senate Republican, Bob Corker - who criticised Mr Trump as "untruthful" and debasing the nation - were stepping down because they "had zero chance of being elected".
Washington: Arizona senator Jeff Flake on Tuesday launched an extraordinary attack against Donald Trump and the "complicity" of the Republican party while announcing his decision to leave the Senate.