Sergei Skripal, Novichok, Salisbury, and Cum grano salis

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Sergei Skripal, NovichokSalisbury, and Cum grano salis 

Cum grano salis – Google Search

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Cum grano salis is the Latin version of the phrase “take it with a grain of salt”. This phrase means: (With) a grain of salt, in modern English, is an idiom which means to view something with skepticism, or to not take it literally.Aug 11, 2011

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The US and Europe say the Kremlin poisoned Sergei Skripal. In …

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Earlier this month, Sergei Skripal and his adult daughter, Yulia, were found unconscious on a park bench in Salisbury, England. The two had been poisoned with a nerve agent called Novichok, developed by Kremlin scientists several decades ago. They remain in critical condition. Skripal is Russian.
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Novichok: the deadly story behind the nerve agent in Sergei Skripal …

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Former Russian spy Sergei Skripal, 66, his daughter Yulia, 33, and police detective sergeant Nick Bailey, were all exposed to novichok (or “newcomer”, to use its more parochial translation from Russian) in the city on 4 March. The circumstances surrounding the case are still being investigated – but the …
Kremlin denies claim Sergei Skripal asked Putin for pardon
InternationalThe GuardianMar 24, 2018
Russia’s EU envoy slams Skripal case as fake story
InternationalTASSMar 23, 2018

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What is the novichok nerve agent, how is it linked to the poisoning of …

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THERESA May has accused Russia of poisoning former double agent Sergei Skripal using deadly nerve agent novichok. So what do we know about this deadly nerve agent, could it have been used to poison Skripal and his daughter Yulia and is there an antidote? Theresa May accused Russia of trying to …
Sergei Skripal: who was behind the Salisbury poisoning?
OpinionThe GuardianMar 10, 2018
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More than 130 people could have been exposed to novichok, PM says

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Theresa May told MPs that only Russia had the ‘capability, intent and motive’ to carry out such an attack. Photograph: HO/AFP/Getty Images. More than 130 people could have been exposed to the deadly nerve agent novichok during the Russian spy attack in Salisbury, Theresa May said on Monday.
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Russian spy poisoning: How it unfolded
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What is the novichok nerve agent, how is it linked to the poisoning of …

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Novichok agents, dispersed as an ultra-fine powder rather than vapour, belong to the class of inhibitors called “organophosphate acetylcholinesterase”. They prevent the normal breakdown of a neurotransmitter acetylcholine which, when it builds up, causes muscles to contract involuntarily. Because the …
Unlikely that Vladimir Putin behind Skripal poisoning
OpinionIrish TimesMar 14, 2018
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In-DepthNew York TimesMar 14, 2018

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What is Novichok? How Russia developed deadliest nerve agent …

Mirror.co.uk13 hours ago
Nerve agents work by interfering with the central nervous system, causing the body to become over stimulated. But unless you know which ingredients were used it is almost impossible to guess at the symptoms or design an effective treatment – making it more resistant to antidotes. All Novichok agents are …
Western allies eject Kremlin spies over Salisbury nerve agent attack
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Novichok agent – Wikipedia

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Novichok (Russian: Новичо́к, “newcomer”) is a series of nerve agents the Soviet Union and Russiadeveloped between 1971 and 1993.[a][2][3] Russian scientists who developed the agents claim they are the deadliest nerve agents ever made, with some variants possibly five to eight times more potent than VX,[4][5] and others up to ten times more potent than soman.[6]

They were designed as part of a Soviet program codenamed “FOLIANT”.[7][1] Five Novichok variants are believed to have been weaponised for military use.[8] The most versatile was A-232 (Novichok-5).[9] Novichok agents have never been used on the battlefield. Theresa May, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, said that one such agent was used in the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal in England in March 2018.[10] Russia officially denies producing or researching Novichok agents.[11]

Urban Dictionary: salio

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A salio is often a ugly Latino male. Tends to have curly hair. Usually has an Asian best friend. Very distant from female Contact, possibly even gay.
Yo man, to be honest you’re kind of a salio
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Cum Grano Salis | Definition of Cum Grano Salis by Merriam-Webster

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Definition of cum grano salis

with a grain of salt with skepticism

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salis meaning – Latin-English-Latin dictionary – kometbomb

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Similar to salis. sa – unfavorable; sacer – accursed, sacred; sacramentum – oath, sacraments, sacred rites; sacrificium – sacrifice; sacrificum – sacrifice; sacrilegium – sacrilege; sacrilegus – impious, sacrilegious; sagaciter – accurately, sagaciously, wisely; sagino – to fatten; salubris – tageous.

salis meaning – Latin-English-Latin dictionary

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sa·lis[1]

  1. salt
  2. wit

The U.S. and Europe say the Kremlin poisoned Sergei Skripal. In Russia, no one buys it.

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Sergei Viktorovich Skripal (Russian: Серге́й Ви́кторович Скрипаль, IPA: [sʲɪrˈɡʲej ˈvʲiktərəvʲɪtɕ skrʲɪˈpalʲ], born 23 June 1951) is a former Russian military intelligence officer who acted as a double agentfor the UK’s intelligence services during the 1990s and early 2000s.[4] In December 2004, he was arrested by Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) and later tried, convicted of high treason, and sentenced to 13 years in prison. He settled in the UK in 2010 following the Illegals Program spy swap.

On 4 March 2018, he and his daughter Yulia, who was visiting him from Moscow, were poisoned with a Novichok nerve agent.[5][6] As of 15 March 2018,[7] they remain in a critical condition at Salisbury District Hospital. The poisoning is being investigated as an attempted murder.[6]

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Vienna: London has not Proven Russia’s Guilt for Scripal’s Poisoning

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Britain and the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) have not yet presented 100% evidence of Russian involvement in the poisoning of Sergei Scripal. For this reason, Austria will currently refrain from expelling Russian diplomats. This was stated by Austrian Foreign Minister Karin …

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Scripal case — Look for those ‘who benefit’

Jakarta PostMar 21, 2018
PREMIUM The poisoning of Sergey Scripal, ex-officer of the Russian military intelligence, and his daughter Julia in Salisbury has become recently a “hot potato” in international information space. Just several days after it had happened, the British prime minister stated that Russia is “highly likely” behind the …

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Russia Refuses to Respond to UK Ultimatum in Skripal Poisoning …

The Moscow TimesMar 13, 2018
Russia is refusing to respond to a deadline set by British Prime Minister Theresa May to explain how a nerve agent developed by the Soviet Union was used in the poisoning of a former double agent last week. “Rather than giving ultimatums to explain ourselves to the British government within 24 hours, …
WATCH: Moment Putin SMIRKS as BBC reporter confronts him on …
InternationalExpress.co.ukMar 13, 2018

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Six Kremlin opponents who died or were injured in suspicious …

National PostMar 7, 2018
Former Russian military intelligence colonel Sergei Skripal attends a hearing at the Moscow District Military Court in Moscow on August 9, 2006. Scripal has been living in Britain since a high-profile spy swap in 2010.YURI SENATOROV/AFP/Getty Images. The Associated Press. Jill Lawless. March 6, 2018
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