liquefy

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liquefy

/liq·ue·fy/ (lik´wĭ-fi) to become or cause to become liquid.
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The data in Table 11 demonstrate that even as late in the war as 1945, 29,880 kilotons (29,880,000 tons) of coal were available to the Japanese for war-time use, including utilization at coal liquefaction refineries such as the Ube Coal Liquifaction Refinery.
LOCALLY STRONG GROUND SHAKING SUGGESTED BY A POSSIBLE LIQUIFACTION FIELD ABOVE THE SALINE RIVER FAULT ZONE IN THE SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI EMBAYMENT R.
One property, Lee said, was too close to railroad tracks and there was a liquifaction problem and the second didn't meet seismic standards for school construction.