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distill

verb boil down, clarify, concentrate, decoct, destillare, draw forth, draw out, draw out the essence, drop, expel, extract, filtrate, filter, free from extraneous matter, press out, purify by removing the forrign and nonessential, reduce to extreme purity and strength, separate, squeeze out, stillare, strain, strain out, take out, trickle, vaporize and condense, wring
Associated concepts: distilled liquor, distilled spirits, distilllng apparatus, distilling the essence out of a case
See also: extract
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16 mL of double distilled water and 200 uL of Folin-ciocalteu reagent, mixed them well and allowed it to stay for 8 min.
For fortification spirits he will make only one cut of the hearts, and then the tails will be separated, carbon treated, filtered and distilled a third time.
Malt is double distilled; grain is triple distilled
Daniel Barnes, president and cofounder of the Texas Distilled Spirits Association, said the new legislation would help the industry grow because consumers can now sample the products at the distilleries where they are made and talk to the experts who make them.
Your eau de vie will still be aromatic if distilled from higher-alcohol wines, but not as aromatic as from a wine lower in alcohol.
The distilled spirits industry is embracing new technologies to save energy, improve efficiencies, and protect the environment.
As expected, all the nanotubes in the distilled water rapidly clumped and most settled at the bottom of the flask, whereas in the surfactant solution, some nanotubes dispersed.
One cup distilled water is boiled and poured over one teaspoon dry or one tablespoon fresh Echinacea.
It has no more than 100 parts per million of impurities, and costs a little less than distilled water.
The book design, in its distilled concept, addresses the core of issues and their responses with appropriate endnotes listed at the conclusion of each chapter.
Blanche d'armagnac (white spirit) is the distilled spirit with no aging.