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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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For complete retrieval of decanted TNT from unserviceable munitions, decanting process was carried out.
For example, only a handful of states allow a trust to be decanted without providing notice to the original trust beneficiaries (failure to provide required notices can cause the decanting to fail).
Diane Hill, 46, from York, was recovering in hospital last night with 40% burns after vapours ignited as she decanted petrol from one container to another, setting fire to her clothing.
The formality of a petition with notice of hearing gives the trustee protections from a beneficiary who might later decide to challenge or question the outcome of a trust having been decanted. This gives the trustee assurances that the decision is indeed appropriate and consistent with fiduciary considerations and provides a specific time and place with the judge for any beneficiary concerns to be articulated, addressed, and laid to rest.
The team developed a plan whereby lower-acuity patients were decanted to clinics rather than admitted to the emergency department.
Decanting is an important but often misunderstood part of good wine service, and understanding the reasons why wine is decanted helps with its application.
Firstly, because if it's roughly decanted you'll lose the delicate beauty that comes with age.
They throw a hefty deposit of gunge, so need to be decanted (a clean bottle will do) and should be enjoyed within a few days of opening - not too great a hardship!
When delivered to the end users, the pack does not need to be decanted on to internal use pallets as the Stax pallet is suitable for use in all areas.
So, strictly speaking, the only wines that need to be decanted are those with some sediment--older reds that were deeply colored when they were young: Cabernets and Merlots, for example, or vintage Ports.
Immigrants, refugees, and the unemployed are decanted there; 13.7 per cent of the population is on welfare as opposed to the average four per cent.