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dis·till

(dis-til'),
To extract a substance by distillation.

distill

(dĭs-tĭl′) [L. destillare, to drop from]
To vaporize by heat and condense and collect the volatilized products.
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Swedish Hill usually distills in late spring and summer, following the vintage, necessitating the use of S[O.
In Police Traffic Stops and Racial Profiling, the author provides a unique and comprehensive review of the literature, yet distills his research so that the critical information needed can be of great value to law enforcement organizations.
This original method, which dates back centuries, distills small batches at a time over several hours.