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Still

(stil),
George F., English physician, 1868-1941. See: Still disease, Still murmur, Still-Chauffard syndrome.

still,

n an apparatus used for steam or water distillation. It comprises a vessel that contains water and aromatic plant material, a condenser that cools the vapor produced from heating the plant material, and a receiver for collecting the condensed products.
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Arctic Magic lay still at Taunton on Tuesday - the stillest thing in vision'
I then said it would be no bad thing if several at least of the persons present were to decide at some time in the future, in the stillest hour of their night, that they need no longer write.
According to Wagner in "Art and Revolution," a revitalized audience could "fuse their own being and their own communion with that of their god; and thus in noblest, stillest peace to live again the life which a brief space of time before, they had lived in restless activity and accentuated individuality" (34).
Canst thou, O partial sleep, give thy repose To the wet sea-boy in an hour so rude, And in the calmest and most stillest night, With all appliances and means to boot, Deny it to a king?
Below us is a forty-foot drop, at least, and then the stillest water you ever saw.
I have been this way since childhood: the stillest girl, the one who waits quietly.
Even on the stillest of days, my family makes it 50-50 I'll fall off and throw my back out again.