alembic


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alembic

An obsolete device formerly used in distillation.
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and Alembic Global Advisors will continue to operate as Alembic Global Advisors, a registered investment advisor, until such time as the appropriate regulatory approvals have been received to combine the businesses on a permanent basis.
It's maiden project 'Shangri La' in Alembic City ushered in a unique living experience with 11 towers rising nine floors above Vadodara's skyline.
Fill the alembic pot with wine, attach the lid and tube and heat the wine with an electric burner, Sterno or spirit lamp.
Garcia had been modifying his guitars for years at this point and had just begun to go the custom route with instruments made by Doug Irwin and by Alembic.
Modi said that Baroda- based Amin, chairman and managing director of Alembic Ltd.
Damascus, (SANA) - Alembic instruments have been used traditionally in Syria since very ancient times to extract flower and rose syrup with various concentrations and containment of the active substances to be used as flavor for food and drinks.
The ultra-sophisticated gin is distilled in a copper alembic still using pure grain spirits, soft Dartmoor water and an infusion of seven highly aromatic botanicals.
Alembic has a turnover of 31m [pounds sterling]--almost doubling the size of the business.
TOAST THE NEW YEAR Alembic is just what San Francisco needed--a bar that takes its drinks seriously without getting ponderous about it.
Phillip Mercer is on the trail of the Alembic of Skenderberg, an ancient device supposedly used by Alexander the Great to conquer the world.
The narrator characterizes the artistic process as follows: "nothing great or enduring, especially in music, has ever sprung full-fledged and unprecedented from the brain of any master; the best that he gives to the world he gathers from the heart of the people, and runs it through the alembic of his genius" (100).