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oily poisonous liquid amine obtained from nitrobenzene and used to make dyes and plastics and medicines

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Sea-Bird was always travelling smoothly, never far from the firing line, and having turned for home a close fourth he advanced to join Anilin and Marco Visconti at the head of affairs soon afterwards.
Nonetheless, the principle is well established in the cases: "If a person innocently uses a patented invention, not knowing that there is a patent, he is none the less an infi5nger, and if a person innocently buys a patented invention from a licensee and uses it not knowing that there are limits on the licence, I conceive that he is equally an infringer" (Badische Anilin und Soda Fabrik, supra note 73 at 611).
This massive 3-kg picture book was published by the Badische Anilin -- und Sodafabrik as a souvenir to its 125th anniversary.
Among the older horses were Oncidium and Soderini, leaders of the four-year-old division in England, the Prix Ganay winner Free Ride, and the 1964 Russian Derby victor Anilin, unbeaten in his homeland, and placed behind Kelso in the Washington International.
The freshly deposited amyloid, in particular, is said to react only with the anilin dyes (Schmidt,(7) Davidsohn, and others).
In all, he won 20 of his 25 races, and, aside from the Soviet Union's Anilin, he was probably the best racehorse produced in Eastern Europe since the war.
The only horse in living memory to win the Derby without coming off the bridle, Sea-Bird faced an Arc field that included the unbeaten Reliance, a great horse in his own right' champion older horse Free Ride' US champion three-year-old Tom Rolfe' Anilin, the best horse ever trained in Russia' Derby runner-up Meadow Court' and sundry other top-level winners.