Before leaving the subject of fulminate
of mercury, I should mention that while the use of primers containing it in commercial ammunition ended during the late 1920s, they continued to be loaded in military ammunition for many years thereafter.
The news of the Newport passport office closure has prompted predictable ''outrage'' from our politicians, who will for a respectable period fulminate
against this injustice, having achieved nothing.
Titz's apparent insanity may have contributed to his precipitous fall into obscurity; during the latter decades of his life he was known to lapse into extended melancholy silences, from which he would periodically emerge to speak nonsense and fulminate
about supernatural plots against him.
The incidental puncture wound that leads to fulminate
meningitis; the 22-year-old who has a stroke out of the blue.
And these same "journalists" fulminate
about MPs' expenses?
is an extremely sensitive explosive, only tiny amounts can be prepared at one time, or else the weight of the crystals can cause them to self-detonate.
Davies then proceeded to do what he tends to do, which is fulminate
against the scourge of political correctness, telling the Association they were racist for not allowing white officers to join.
He doesn't fulminate
like his predecessor, but those who deal with him daily testify that there's nothing mousy about the King of the Mouse House.
According to the Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Laboratory of Oxford University's website, there is a small risk of the solution forming the explosive silver fulminate
if it is left unused for a period of time.
Saskatoon -- The news that the Catholic hospital in Humboldt, SK decided to ban tubal ligations--although this was later reversed--prompted the Saskatoon StarPhoenix to fulminate
against the very existence of religious hospitals.
Two had extremely fulminate
cases and progressed from the onset of symptoms to death within a few hours.