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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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Newman's Special Blend Extra Bold was praised for its "very mild, sweet, smokily cedar-toned aroma" and also received an 85.
LOOKING like Nico without the bottle blonde and sounding smokily some where between Chrissie Hynde and Cat Power, New York'sMsTucek is currently the name todrop.
Michael Pennington, up aloft beside the organ, was an appropriately ironic Narrator of Jean Cocte-au's text, the splendid men of the CBS Chorus projected in wonderfully pungent Latin, and the vocal soloists, headed by Glenn Winslade's intense Oedipus and Ekaterina Gubanova's smokily rich, regretful Jocasta, made effective contributions - as did the CBSO trumpeters in their glittering music.
Red snapper steamed with coconut milk and palm oil is delicately rich, feijoada (black beans with ribs and chorizo) smokily so.
Her voice took on the timbre of a saxophone as she floated her lines smokily over Julian Reynolds' delicately-tinted accompaniment.