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extract

verb abridge, abstract, bring forth, choose, cite, collect, cull, deduce, derive, dig out, distill, draw, draw forth, draw out, educe, elicit, epitomize, eviscerate, evoke, excavate, excerpere, excerpt, extrahere, gather, glean, make a selection, mine, obtain, pick, pick out, pull, pull out, quarry, quote, remove, select, separate, single out, summarize, take out, withdraw
See also: abridgment, abstract, acquire, brief, compendium, deduce, deduct, derive, detect, digest, disencumber, disinter, dislodge, distill, educe, elicit, eliminate, eradicate, eviscerate, evoke, except, excerpt, excise, exclude, gain, glean, infer, liberate, quote, receive, reject, remove, secure, select, unveil, withdraw

EXTRACT. A part of a writing. In general this is not evidence, because the whole of the writing may explain the part extracted, so as to give it a different sense; but sometimes extracts from public books are evidence, as the extracts from the registers of births, marriages and burials, kept according to law, when the whole of the matter has been extracted which relates to the cause or matter in issue.

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Mohaddes also said that Iran discovered four new hydrocarbon fields named Toos, Forouz, Khayyam and Koh Sefid during the last Iranian year (ended on March 20), adding that the discoveries have brought Iran's extractible resources to 155 billion barrels.
Because liquid pyrolysis bio-oil is a multicomponent mixture of different size molecules derived from depolymerization and fragmentation of cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin, over 99 percent of pyrolysis bio-oil is composed of water, acids, alcohols, aldehydes, esters, ketones, sugars, phenols, guaiacols, syringols, furans, lignin-derived phenols, and extractible terpene with multifunctional groups.
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Zeller+Gmelin USA will showcase its NUVAFLEX 34 Series, a high intensity universal low extractible ink system encompassing high end performance features on applications from paper to shrink film.
Recently, Leblanc (19) studied the nonlinear viscoelastic property of the various commercially available TPVs with varying hardness by a Fourier transform rheometer (FT-rheo) to get insight into the morphology developed and the subtle role played by the extractible content such as oil and plasticizers.