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refine

 [re-fīn]
to purify or free from foreign matter.

re·fine

(rē-fīn'),
To free from impurities.

re·fine

(rĕ-fīn')
To free from impurities.

re·fine

(rē-fīn')
To free from impurities.

refine

to purify or free from foreign matter.
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The Dangote Refinery is Africa's largest, with a capacity to produce 650,000 bpd.
Grace Refinery communicated their intentions for investment in Punjab during this week.
The Minister said that the Refinery, with its Salahaddin and North Units "is capable to restore production, despite fact that Salahaddin Unit is under normal maintenance, hopefully to restore the Refinery's full production capacity of 220,000 bpd, after the end of the maintenance works.
The Seidi refinery was built in a town on the Amu-Darya River in Soviet times.
All of which led some of us the other day to consider making an offer for the refinery rather than sit around and bitch about it being closed.
In 1995, attorney Edward Masry and his research assistant, the now-famous Erin Brockovich, became ill from fumes emitted from a Unocal-owned petroleum refinery in the Bay Area of California.
Coupled with refinery woes, the switchover to warm-weather gasoline blends is also contributing to the latest price increase.
Inordinate delays in expanding the refining capacity in the country and the dallying over the location of a new refinery in Sindh has left Pakistan inadequately short of refining capacity in the wake of Gulf crisis.
The United Steelworkers Union wanted the refinery left open and campaigned for Inco to make the investment for major capital upgrades.
A very small refinery at Amarah came on stream in May 1998.