vermiculate


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What led to the federal warning were the results of additional tests, such as a simulation of a homeowner wiring a ceiling fan located underneath vermiculate insulation.
On the home front, the resurrection of the 1973 bombing incident in Western Australia referred to above has revealed that divisions may exist in modern Cabinets, especially Labor, suggesting that some of the political decisions may be vermiculate, in particular if old beliefs and the prejudices and hatreds they fostered persist and hold sway.
Seeds of Arabidopsis ecotype Columbia, obtained from the Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center at the Ohio State University, were scattered on top of the fine vermiculate.