Mustard Gas was a poisonous gas that destroyed the internal broncos, it also gave u horrible blisters. Mustard Gas brought horrible fear and terror of dying to the front lines and The person responsible for the creation of mustard gas is Lauren Bakernith in 1832.
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There is no such thing as a "Mustard Gun". Mustard gas was released from pressurized cylinders, not from some sort of a gun. It was also occasionally put into normal artillery shells, which were fired over enemy lines.
1. Front lines on warships-was the ocean 2. Front lines in the ETO-cities and open fields, and farms 3. Front lines in the CBI-Jungle and forests, and mountains 4. Front lines in the PTO-Islands, tropical/or volcanic rock
Front of trans, just below the cooler lines.Front of trans, just below the cooler lines.
Canisters or cylinders of gas were brought to the front and then simultaneously opened, allowing favorable winds to create a large gas cloud which drifted over enemy lines. As WW1 progressed, gas was increasingly used in artillery shells as well.
The aqueous humor is the mucous membrane that lines the eyelids and covers the front of the eye.
No Man's Land is the name of the space between the two sides front lines.
Truck drivers in World War 1 carried supplies. They traveled long distances to bring troops, weapons, and food supplies to the front lines.
If I remember the puzzle correctly, you flip a corner of the paper up and draw on the back side of the sheet over the lines and then bring the pencil back to the front side and go to the end.
Brake lines and/or clutch line depending on vehicle. For brakes, the front brake lines usually attach to the frontmost connection, and the rear brake lines attach to the rearmost connection. Also of note, the front brakes typically connect to the largest of the two master cylinder reservoirs (normally the front one).
First used in the 1890's as a nickname for a solider new to the front lines?
Front brake lines, 3/16". Front to rear, 1/4". Rear, 3/16".
It depends on the branch. In the USAF colonels are allowed on the front lines (I think, im not completely sure) I hope this helps.
Hail and tornadoes are most often associated with cold fronts, but can occur with dry lines or, lest often, warm fronts.
There was no true front line in the civil war, but the Potomac river was one of the "front lines"
The front line of World War 2 was the eastern front. The battles at the eastern front were the largest battles in history.
these are on the front of the carburetor after the intake
No, his bunker in Belgium on the front lines.
No they want you to buy it yourself.
Their First Song was Between The Lines
He put thicker lines at the back of the pictures and thinner lines at the front. He also made the objects look 3D.