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any liquid that is fit for drinking

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a liquid substance that is a solution (or emulsion or suspension) used or obtained in an industrial process

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the liquid in which vegetables or meat have be cooked

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Again he filled their glasses with the liquor of youth, enough of which still remained in the vase to turn half the old people in the city to the age of their own grandchildren.
Examination of the body (he said) didn't prove it; and witnesses didn't prove it; but he thought it, nevertheless, quite possible, in some cases, that, when the woman could bear it no longer, she sometimes took a damp towel, and waited till the husband (drugged with his own liquor) was sunk in his sleep, and then put the towel over his nose and mouth, and ended it that way without any body being the wiser.
As long as my liquor lasted he stopped; when it was gone, he went away.
The different between the assessed and the lawfully determined Customs values in relation to various types of liquors and the fraud committed in connivance of the officials may more than that and may rise up to Rs800 million.
About Liquor Mart: Liquor Mart has been serving the Boulder community with a vast selection of wines, liquors, beers and mixer/barware for over 44 years.
Tontitown Liquor LLC purchased Tontitown Liquors in the Northwest Arkansas Industrial Park for $700,000.
Originally from England, liquor-based cakes are typically bundt cakes flavored with various liquors or liqueurs that produce irresistible layers of flavor.
ADM Cocoa's extensive range of cocoa liquor includes West African Main Crop based premium line liquors and 100% single origin bean based liquors.
Noticing one problem area, the accountants extracted from club records cost data for a sample of widely used liquors to determine whether clubs consistently made the best purchasing decisions.
One of the process options, entitled "New Value Streams from Residuals and Spent Pulping Liquors," addresses the opportunities to manufacture bioproducts after the pulp digester.
ADVANCING THE FOREST BIOREFINERY includes the areas of "Sustainable Forest Productivity", "Extracting Value Prior to Pulping" and "New Value from Residuals and Spent Pulping Liquors." The last item includes an effort focused on biomass and black liquor gasification.
This paper summarizes some of the most comprehensive studies on corrosion of cooking liquors, but with only brief mention of the caustic stress corrosion cracking of carbon steel digesters.
These researchers have identified a double salt of N[a.sub.2]C[O.sub.3] and N[a.sub.2]S[O.sub.4] that crystallizes in most kraft black liquors. This double salt causes soluble-scale fouling in high-solids black liquor concentrators.
APPLICATION: The capillary-coriolis viscometer can reliably measure on-line the viscosity and density of kraft black liquors, including liquors with very high solids content.
Application: Understanding the changes in combustion properties and FTIR spectrum of nonwood black liquors during heating leads to better control methods for black liquor recovery.