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solvent

adjective able to pay, clear of encumbrance, creditworthy, financially sound, in good financial condition, moneyed, not owing, out of debt, owing nothing, with funds, with good credit
Associated concepts: solvent debt
Foreign phrases: Id solum nostrum quod debitis deductis nostrum est.That only is ours which remains to us after deduction of our debts.
See also: solid, solution, sound, substance

SOLVENT. One who has sufficient to pay his debts, and all obligations. Dig. 50, 16, 114.

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Ve'll have this here brought afore the Solvent Court, directly, Samivel.
exclaimed Sam irritably; 'Old Baileys, and Solvent Courts, and alleybis, and ev'ry species o' gammon alvays a-runnin' through his brain.
7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Stringent regulations curbing volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions and increasing concerns over hazardous air pollutants from petrochemical-based solvents such as glycols and ethers are driving industries to shift to bio-based solvents.
For both volatile and nonvolative solvents, methods for solvent removal are needed to form a dry, esseentially solvent free filament on which the majority of the hot drawing takes place.
com/research/hb8c92/ink_solvents) has announced the addition of the "Ink Solvents Market by Chemistry Type, by Product Type, by Process & by Application - Global Forecasts to 2019" report to their offering.
The organic matter of an oil shale consists primarily of a heterogeneous macromolecular structure (called kerogen) and is practically insoluble in organic solvents at room temperature.
Solvents are used in coatings for a variety of reasons.
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solvents demand will continue to rebound from its recessionary lows, rising 1.
While a rebound in construction spending and an improving economy will support higher solvents demand in most markets, transportation solvent demand will continue to suffer due to the impact of longer recommended engine coolant flush intervals and the increasing popularity of extended life antifreezes.
The most frequently used solvents are alcohols, such as ethanol, n-butanol, isopropanol, and methanol.
These findings provide biological plausibility for the neuro-behavioral deficits in working memory and attention previously reported by others studying the effects of chronic exposure to solvents.