Ray and others were told that his water was safe to drink by these officials, so he decided to offer them a swig of some good ol’ Dimock Pale Ale. When seeing the color of his well water, the toxicologist and EPA official declined to drink the water.
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Robe a l'Anglaise features a tight, fitted back, came in various cuts, and changed throughout the later 18th century - some are open front bodices with stomachers or false fronts, some are closed front bodices with pins or buttons; some are 3/4 sleeves, some have long sleeves, etc. By 1765 the boned bodice of the gown à la' Anglaise became softer and followed the seam lines of the bodice and the back pleats were sewn down to waist level.