Dead Sea

  1. a saltwater lake on the border between Israel and Jordan; its surface in 1292 feet below sea level
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  • Some of our body therapy treatments involve dead sea salt and dead sea mud, which are very good for scrubbing toxins away and getting the toxins out of your muscles as well as your skin.
  • The dead seal's insides were spread all over the snow.
  • My clothes were wet with sweat and I pinched my nose to ward off the stench from the dead seal. Blog Fiction | Sci-Fi | Halcyon day | Station151
  • On the other hand, some cirriped species may dissociate from dead sea turtles as occurs with other commensal taxa, which are rarely found on dead stranded sea turtles.
  • They point to a recent survey which found scraps of plastic in the digestive systems of 96% of dead seabirds.
  • Other trace elements such as iodine, uranium, nickel, lead, iron, and lithium also exist in the Dead Sea water.
  • The Dead Sea scrolls are carbon-dated between a span of about 68 BC to 124 AD.
  • The major debate is whether these were utilized only by some marginal ‘sect’ who collected the Dead Sea Scrolls, or whether they were actually used by the priesthood in the Second Temple as the cultic calendar for some period.
  • His concern is "not so much with the dead sea of masscult as with the life of the tide line where the decisive struggles for survival take place between higher and lower organisms. Fragment from an Untelevised Revolution
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