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In Bathurst, Australia, a new hospital was built and services were to be decanted
from the old heritage building to the new hospital, in stages.
Everyone pays rapt attention to someone having their wine decanted
, silently wondering how they can have it done at their table, too.
A straw is attached on the reverse, and the foil top also has a peel-away tab so the drink can be decanted
into a children's mug for little ones who are still learning how to master the art of drinking without spilling.
A second 12,000 t/y carbon black unit was built to use 25,000 t/y of decanted
oil produced by a new FCC unit.
After soaking in salt water for 35 days, the olives had been decanted
into jars, and salt water had been replaced with fresh water.
Our community, which was decanted
from just 500 yards away, is now dreading the city council's latest plans for us.
Dear Editor, - Years ago wine was cloudy and had to be decanted
, and with a lot of small breweries about the beer was also cloudy - at the same time gout was common (spirit drinkers did not get gout).
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.
Wearing special gas suits and breathing masks firefighters and the tanker driver reduced the valve pressure to stop the spillage and decanted
the acid into a storage tank.
Last meal I cooked - A huge pot of lamb stew which I then decanted
into pots and put into the freezer so that I have meals on tap throughout the cold months.
In this way, clarified effluent (waste liquid) is decanted
from the outlet side of the tank.