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alembic

An obsolete device formerly used in distillation.
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We think they would look to the US rather than Europe," said Ahmed from Alembic Global Advisors.
For the inquiry and discussion of the problematic of this research, a singular and instrumental case study (Stake, 2005) was carried out in an organization that produces alembic cachaca, referred to in this work as "Cachaca de Minas" (a fictitious generic denomination).
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.
The venerable brand is distilled in a large copper alembic still using pure grain spirits, soft spring water and an infusion of seven hand-selected botanicals.
Udit Amin who also bagged an individual recognition, is the youngest scion of Vadodara's first industrial family and carries forward the legacy of excellence of the 107-year-long history of Alembic Ltd.
If making 5 gallons of a fruit wine seems doable to you, then you'll need a 25-liter copper alembic pot still.
They run workshops and demonstrations throughout NZ and sell alembic stills worldwide.
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. "Lucky Number 13" is an important stepping stone to Garcia's more well-known Doug Irwin-made Wolf and Tiger.
Chesapeake Energy chief executive Aubrey McClendon is seeking buyers for assets from Appalachia to the Rocky Mountains to plug a cash-flow shortfall that James Sullivan, an analyst with Alembic Global Advisors, has estimated may exceed $22 billion by next year.
Despite the high costs in Europe, the company should see "positive momentum" for the rest of the year, Alembic Global Advisors analyst Hassan Ahmed said.
And Tudor Allin-Khan, chief economist at Alembic HC, said that can only be a positive sign for the economy.
As Alembic HC Securities's Jaap Meijer told The National last month: "Given Tamweel's 30 per cent market share in retail mortgages, we believe it is well placed to benefit from the improving market dynamics as it moves from a restructuring mode in the past two years to a growth phase starting this year." Well, we suppose having Dubai Islamic Bank's support won't hurt too much either.