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"M&S Freshly Squeezed was described by tasters as 'having a natural taste' and being 'pleasantly citrussy', with one taster simply saying it was 'wonderful'.
"Tesco Orange 100 Per Cent Pure Squeezed Juice was described as 'more natural', 'sweet and not bitter' and as having a 'lovely freshness'.
During the pat down, one of the officers squeezed Wardlow's bag and felt a heavy, hard object in the shape of a gun.
RUM PUNCH: For a grand celebration, mix in a crock two quarts of freshly squeezed orange juice, one quart of fresh lemon juice, the rinds of the oranges and lemons, two pineapples cut into bite-size chunks, 10 sliced bananas, 10 bottles of white wine (750 ml each) and two pounds of brown sugar.
Mold permeability can be reproduced in the squeezed or three-ram lab specimen by varying the ramming energy in the laboratory.
Rogers suggests "drinking your fresh juice no longer than 10 minutes after you've squeezed it, in order to prevent nutrients being lost".
She squeezed them rhythmically until they shook like blobs of gelatin.
24 Nature, he and his coauthors describe how they carefully squeezed hydrogen gas until it became solid, then captured its image at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, the world's brightest X-ray instrument.
In Jeanloz's case, if the squeezed periditite fits the expected qualities of lower mantle rock, then he has found the long-sought stone that might fill this hidden layer of Earth.
Over the years, researchers have prodded, stretched, squeezed, illuminated, and even smashed atoms into yielding their quantum secrets.
Known a decade ago only to theorists, the peculiar quantum-mechanical state called squeezed light now appears to have a bright future in high-precision studies of atoms and in ultrasensitive instruments for detecting acceleration.
Those values depend on a calibration method involving the laser-induced fluorescence emitted by tiny ruby crystals squeezed within the anvil, a method Ruoff considers suspect at pressures above 1.8 megabars.
The light wave resulting from such a tradeoff is said to be in a "squeezed" state.
His novel foam structures expand laterally when stretched and contract when squeezed.
However, after scientists completed a series of studies using seismic waves to probe the Tibetan crust, this idea lost ground to another theory, which holds that the ramming plates have squeezed together a warm and weak Tibetan crust, thickening it and pushing up the plateau.