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  • noun

Synonyms for vinegar

sour-tasting liquid produced usually by oxidation of the alcohol in wine or cider and used as a condiment or food preservative

dilute acetic acid

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Commenting on the results, Albert Eilender, Chairman and CEO of Aceto stated, 'We are very pleased with the overall results that we have reported today.
In the 400m race, Aceto just had the edge in the breaststroke leg - but Gordon was still closing it down in the freestyle where she had to settle for silver in a personal best 4-57.
Because of its wide range of expertise and experience, Aceto will continue to do well and grow market share, according to Mr.
Judge Mark Aceto also ordered Sprigg to register as a sex offender.
I love you daddy, I miss you a lot," said Christina Maria Aceto, 12, after reading the name of her father, Richard Anthony Aceto.
In another emerging area of Brooklyn, Elliman's Helene Luchnick and Lucy Aceto and the Development Marketing Group in 2004 will be marketing 11 loft-like apartments in a ground-up development at 190 Green St.
According to Italian law, tradizionale (traditional) or extra-vecchio tradizionale (extra-old traditional) aceto balsamico must be produced in the northern provinces of Modena or Reggio Emilia in the region of Emilia-Romagna.
Francisco Penate, president of Fedex, and his counterpart, Francisco Mesa of Aceto, represent the exporters' associations of Gran Canaria and Tenerife respectively.
Then Melanie Aceto, Monica Bill Barnes, Wendy Blum, and Jennifer Phillips, all equally fluent in Wood's quicksilver style, dance together and in pairs to Scott Westerfeld's pastiche of Middle Eastern-sounding music.
Aceto Corporation (NASDAQ:ACET), a global leader in the sourcing, regulatory support, marketing and distribution of chemically derived pharmaceuticals, biopharmaceuticals, specialty chemicals and crop protection products, today announced that it has posted an updated corporate presentation on their corporate website.
Also elected to serve one-year terms as members of the board of governors were Mike Klein of Dominion Colour, who just completed two years as chairman; and Chuck Jones of Clairant Corporation, Bob Lane of The Shepherd Color Company, Dave Klebine of Apollo Colors, Myron Petruch of Sun Chemical Corporation, Dan Swiler of Ferro Corporation, Roger Weaving of Aceto Corporation, and Phil Webb of BASF.
He leaves seven grandchildren: Jonathan Kalagher, Jaime Aceto, Rick Pasqualetti, Matthew Day, Rosemary Lola, Michael Day-Bontly, Sylvia Day- Bontly; and two grandsons that predeceased him: Mark Kalagher and Benjamin Neidhardt; also seven great grandchildren.
Million Dollar Club Award Recipients (involved in excess of $1,000,000 to $10,000,000 in closed sales or rentals) were: Maria Aceto, Better Homes Realty, Inc.
Phil and soloists Kelley Nassief, Marietta Simpson, Gordon Gietz, Raymond Aceto.
Schwartz, Chairman, President and CEO of Aceto stated, "We are very pleased to reach a positive agreement with AMVAC which is in the best interests of the Company and its shareholders.