Notice the smell, colour, and general appearance, of the matter submitted for examination. The odour may show the presence of prussic acid, alcohol, opium, or phosphorus. The colour may indicate salts of copper, cantharides, etc. Seeds of pla... Read more of Detection Of Poisons at Forensic Medicine.caInformational Site Network Informational
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65. Pie Crust, How to Bake






Bake empty pie crusts on the outside of the
tin, instead of the inside, and they won't shrink.






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