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Synonyms for decant


Synonyms for decant

to cause (a liquid) to flow in a steady stream

Synonyms for decant

pour out


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Don't buy new toiletries - just decant some into clear containers
Some states require that the trustee have absolute power to invade trust principal in order to decant, while other states require only limited authority.
Should the new build replacement not occur as a result of the council not funding the required decant, the council would be faced with an ongoing financial liability of PS4m to PS5m relating to existing needs at this school.
Kraft, the SJC acknowledged that a power to decant is effectively a power to amend an irrevocable trust.
In addition, most statutes direct the trustee to consider the intent of the settlor when deciding whether to decant or state positively that the new trust must carry forth the grantor's purpose.
They differ from one another in terms of what powers the trustee must have in order to decant the trust assets.
A drop-in session for residents has been arranged for June 26, with a follow-up consultation session in early September to confirm the final decant plan with residents.
Decant has already occurred in the Western Basin, while the Central Basin is currently flooding and will decant within two to three years unless decisive action is taken immediately to prevent it," the report said.
5) These included meeting with the relevant departments at least 12 months before the decant and ascertaining the specific requirements at all stages.
Dr Bruno Pollet, Nigel Weatherill, Lord Mayor Coun Michael Wilkes, Kevin Kendall Oliver Curnick, Roy Johnstone , Jon Preece Chris Gurney, Jamal Uddin, Steve Decant Alan Walton, Paul Anderson, David Book, Peter Slater Steve Rothberg, Paul Adcock, Rui Chen, Rob Thring
I mean, why buy something in a perfectly good packet and then decant it into something else?
Explain that there are basically two reasons to decant red wine -- to aerate the wine in order for it to "open up" (aerated wine sensitizes our olfactory system to subtle aromas and tannins), or to remove the wine from the sediment that has gathered in the bottle over years of aging.
The second reason to decant is the removal of sediment from an older wine.
Another possibility (assuming the original state trust contains the absolute discretion necessary to decant under the Florida statute) would be to 1) change the place of administration from the original state to Florida, by replacing trustees with Florida trustees, moving the assets, books, and records to Florida; and 2) once the place of administration is changed to Florida, use Florida's decanting statute to transfer assets to a newly created trust containing the desired provisions.
The question from your sommelier is, "Would you like me to decant that for you?