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transfer

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

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pour out

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They alleged that the illegal business of decanting increased tremendously on both sides of the Wahdat Road, posing serious threats to the people.
As decanted TNT Unsvc was treated with steam jet during decanting process, therefore the no.
The trust need not be established in one of the states that allows for trust decanting, because the old trust can simply be "decanted"--moved from--the original governing state to a state that allows decanting.
Decanting involves the idea that a trustee with authority to make discretionary distributions may appoint trust property in further trust instead of making distributions outright.
In 1992, New York became the first state to enact a statute expressly authorizing decanting.
The decanting goal was reached last week in one of the monoliths that is on the west wall of the middle lock chamber.
Twenty-one states have adopted trust decanting statutes.
By analogy to decanting a bottle of wine or spirits, decanting a trust involves a metaphorical pouring of trust assets from one trust into another.
LPG marketing companies as well as retailers are openly violating the rules and regulations of the regulatory authority by decanting, cross refilling of cylinders and using substandard cylinders.
In fact, Blade by Menu aerates the wine so well that Eurofins named it the new winner in an independent test of the world's best decanting pourers.
Can you confirm the cost of doing the work over the next ten years will be considerably in excess of the cost of decanting and doing the work in two or maybe three years?
Firefighter Lee Smith confirmed that the container Ms Hill was decanting from was a green jerry can, adding: "It was a normal tea-time activity, cooking a meal, and the person (Ms Hill) was decanting from a petrol container into a glass jug.
The less water entering the system, the longer the time spent before decanting and filtration, and in turn the cleaner the water is.
There are Special Reserves, Late Bottled Vintages, Tawny and similar that do not require decanting.
When Cambridge Pet Crematorium (CPC) identified a dust issue being created when decanting cremated remains into urns, AIRBENCH provided the ideal solution.