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Iron
   in Italian is   
Ferro
Railroad
   in Italian is   
Ferrovia
E538
   is   
Calcium Ferrocyanide
673
   represents   
Nonferrous Metals
E585
   is   
Ferrous Lactate
Ferrous Sulphate
   is also known as   
Copperas
The Desert of the Lost (1927)
   starred   
Hal Taliaferro, Peggy Montgomery and William Dyer
Director: Richard Thorpe. Also starred Edward Cecil & Richard Neill. Plot: Chased by Detective Murray (Cecil) and the posse, a wounded Jim Drake (Taliaferro) heads across the border into Mexico where he recuperates with the Wolfe's (Dyer). When Murray arrives again, Jim heads into the desert. But in the night his guide sneaks off and leaves him without water or his horse
E536
   is   
Potassium Ferrocyanide
Railway
   in Italian is   
Ferrovia
E579
   is   
Ferrous Gluconate
Isla Ferrol Del Norte Lighthouse
   is located in   
Peru
1973 - Chimbote Harbor
26th Congress
   the Speaker was   
Robert Mercer Taliaferro Hunter
Virginia -- December 16, 1839 to March 4, 1841 (He later served as Secretary of State for The Confederacy 1861-1862)
Leonardo Da Vinci
   painted   
La Belle Ferronière (Portrait of an Unknown Woman)
1490-96; Italian; High Renaissance; oil on wood; Louvre, Paris
FeO
   is   
Ferrous Oxide
Iron(II) oxide, also known by its former name ferrous oxide or informally as iron monoxide, is one of the iron oxides. It is a black-colored powder. It should not be confused with rust, which usually consists of hydrated iron(III) oxide (ferric oxide
E535
   is   
Sodium Ferrocyanide






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