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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 result tends to be smokier and headier than tequila.
Whitmoyer describes Bacardi's spiced entry Oakheart as smokier and less sweet than most spiced rums, "more mature," as he puts it, and the brand aims for a more sophisticated consumer, one as interested in sipping as mixing.
But do define the lash line itself: either using a kohl pencil for a smokier effect or go bold with a liquid liner flick.
It's far more complex than your usual stout, with an initial herbal, almost liquorice taste that settles gently into a smokier aftertaste.
Edwina has also suggested more dramatic make-up and smokier, more sultry eyes in particular.
Wonderful smokiness, and it's well done, but I think it could be a notch smokier," added Greg Zannella.
It's certainly much smokier than we would expect this time of year.
The asymmetrical vase, of a slightly darker, smokier blue, is by the Swedish firm of Kosta and was made in 1959.
Suddenly, it got smokier than ever and darker than the darkest night.
As smoking guns go, you don't get much smokier than that.
Dreaming Wide Awake, Lizz Wright (Verve Forecast): A little smokier than India.