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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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Shares in Distil were 16% higher at 0.95 pence in London on Monday.
Distil found bots -- automated programs or scripts programmed to perform very specific tasks at the request of their architect -- most likely deployed for one or more reasons over last-year's holiday season, performing various tasks:
A LEISURE firm has been given a licence to distil at Newcastle city centre's only working in-house gin still after more than a year of battling red tape.
[UKPRwire, Tue Oct 23 2012] Topman has announced the introduction of its very first 'fine' fragrance - Distil.
[ClickPress, Tue Oct 23 2012] Topman has announced the introduction of its very first 'fine' fragrance - Distil.
EUROPEAN Union (EU) agriculture Commissioner Mariann Fischer Boel has highlighted yet another decision to distil quality European wine as evidence of the need to reform the EU's antiquated wine market system.
Moreover, far from being repelled by Tokyo's undifferentiated sprawl, Maki has sought to distil its inherent dynamism.
LONDON (Alliance News) - Distil PLC on Monday reported double-digit revenue growth in its most recently ended financial year, helped by increased investment in advertising.