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aerated

(ar′āt″ĕd) [Gr. aēr, air]
Containing air or gas.
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"The same is true if you poke a blade or spade into the soil: if soil sticks to it, the ground is not ready to be aerated."
In the Budget the government my remove 12 percent cess on the aerated fruit drinks.
There was a sharp increase in the concentrations of N[H.sub.3] beyond the 8th experimental week, especially in the non-aerated and nocturnally aerated tanks.
Did you ever imagine making a comeback to the aerated beverage space?
Beamish Museum is hoping to make and sell aerated water from the workshop, teach guests to make their own balm, which was sold as a cure-all in the 1700s, and allow guests to dress up in period costumes and get their photo taken in the photography studio.
* Ultrasonic technology for measurement of aerated liquids.
It was the gaseous agent producing the porosity within the mass of aerated concrete.
The integrated re-usable cooling stick keeps the aerated white wine refreshingly cold without the inconvenient use of ice cubes and ice buckets.
One 14-ounce can sweetened condensed milk label removed 2 cups heavy cream whipped, chilled For the aerated beet curd:
Jens Thierfelder is the new head of sales and marketing at Xella Bulgaria, which makes Ytong brand aerated concrete blocks.
Fork, brush and aerate the lawn frequently, filling aerated holes with sharp sand, if weather permits.
Explain that there are basically two reasons to decant red wine -- to aerate the wine in order for it to "open up" (aerated wine sensitizes our olfactory system to subtle aromas and tannins), or to remove the wine from the sediment that has gathered in the bottle over years of aging.