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liquefy

/liq·ue·fy/ (lik´wĭ-fi) to become or cause to become liquid.
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A statement recently issued by the Israeli side announced the signing of a letter of intent between the United States' company Nobel Energy and the British company BG to import gas from Israel for the Spanish company Union Fenosa to be used for gas liquification in its plant in Damietta.
With Sempra backing, the Port Authority will construct a gas-conditioning plant on the North Slope, a pipeline to Valdez with a spur line to Southcentral Alaska, a gas liquification plant in Valdez, facilities to process commercial products like propane, butane and other non-gas liquids (ngl) byproducts, plus storage and docking facilities at Valdez.
5 billion would be for the port, where a liquification plant would be built as well.
The essential tension in Levinthal's particular medium is that between the toy's fixedness and the camera's seeming liquification of its material hardness.
The government wouldn't help me buy there,'' he said, explaining the reason was a fear of liquification along the river.
The recapitalization of the thrift industry required the liquification of massive portfolios of mortgages.
Instead, in September, it approved yet another project by Enron at the same location for liquification of imported LNG.
University science turned away after 1871 from the state to industry, especially in the provinces, and had marked successes in heavy chemicals, the liquification of gases, hydro-electricity, as well as pure mathematics.
A liquification plant and loading facility is to be built at Bimma on the north-western coast of the country and, as in Qatar, it will be the government controlled company, Oman LNG, that will deal with transportation.
And these chains not only produce the action of the novel, they generate its imagery as well, as in the phrase "the urinary liquification of the sky.
Things like his confusion over which tense to use with reference to Valdemar ("is" or "was" |1234~), his admission of difficulty in describing Valdemar's voice (1240), and his silence following Valdemar's liquification confirm his failure to master his own discourse.
In concept, private balance sheet liquification also could be facilitated by tax cuts for individuals or corporations if they are largely saved by the receipients.