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1. Use distil ed water.
3. It is not, indeed, very common to distil for private use, though it is done sometimes.
5. The combination of the ocean and sail boating makes for a heady brew that can distil in the.
6. Temperate use of distil ed liquors and wines is usually healthful, for they tend to dilate or.
7. It is difficult to imagine any equitable reason, why those who either brew or distil for private use should not be subject to a composition of the same kind.

1. The cloud was distilling a sickening smell that impregnated the whole place.
2. The simple question hung in the air, distilling years of anguish, doubt and guilt into.
3. It also heated a distilling mechanism that, via evaporation, supplied excellent drinking water.
4. On distilling salt water they found a considerable quantity of muriate of soda in the receiver.
5. Both are experiential products related to distilling and extracting truth, knowledge and wisdom from.
6. They did a certain amount of their own distilling or brewing but for the most part they imported it illicitly, usually from Canada.
7. But it was no animal's fault in particular if he was built that way like the camel, ship of the desert, distilling grapes into potheen in his hump.
8. The shrubs, emaciated and evaporated by the fury of the roaring fire, were supplanted by an enormous black, ashen and sterile spot that was distilling the gray steams of destruction.
9. However, as I learned later, Zoroastro hadn’t always been like that: the terrible creature that transits evil and violence fairways, by distilling sorrows and calamities everywhere he goes.
10. He talked of the reddening apples around, of the browning nuts, of jams and preserves and the distilling of cordials; till by easy stages such as these he reached midwinter, its hearty joys and its snug home life, and then he became simply lyrical.
11. The air is suffused with odours of brewing and distilling, and the old town is built of pinkish stone with a sprinkling of Flemish-style stepped gables, witness to Scotland’s ancient preference for alliances with France and the ‘Low Countries’, rather than its treacherous neighbours to the south.
12. We read all of a company’s public filings, we analyze its industry and competitors (of which, ideally, there should not be many), we talk to its management team and industry experts, and we gather any other relevant data we can find, distilling it all into a historical analysis of the performance of the business.
13. On the other side of the house old Roger Chillingworth arranged his study and laboratory; not such as a modern man of science would reckon even tolerably complete, but provided with a distilling apparatus, and the means of compounding drugs and chemicals, which the practised alchemist knew well how to turn to purpose.
1. Smoked, triple distilled and burned off.
2. He then grabbed the bottle of distilled.
3. So to eat vegetables is to eat distilled sunshine.
4. These would be distilled into an 84-count indictment.
5. Within his truncheon's length; whilst they, distilled.
6. Filter and rinse all your product with boiling distilled water.
7. Boiled water tastes flat and distilled water has even less taste.
8. Imagination is God-like light impulse unified by distilled ideas.
9. The HOS test was performed by mixing special sugar and salt in distilled.
10. It is essential disembodied projected egos distilled into virtual beings.
11. Good Roman rock on uncertain Irish soil! The beauty of it distilled faith.
12. The Liquefier turned it all into a sludge that was distilled, purified, and.
13. The label on the bottle said it was distilled at Scotland’s oldest distillery.
14. Seth sat on the edge of his bed, sipping a cocktail of distilled mead, milk and honey.
15. Respect in its most distilled form is invitation to speak and the welcome of listening.
16. Then cover with distilled water and let stand for 12 hours or until quite soft and swollen.
17. He then took a bottle of distilled water from a shelf and poured some of it.
18. Adonis, whose mother, Myrrha, had before his birth been turned into a tree that distilled myrrh.
19. He had to drink in several lungfuls of the strangely distilled air in order to get the words out.
20. The ideal of my mind tempered by the compassion of my heart distilled into the acts of my soul.
21. Distilled Water should never be put into metal saucepans or kettles, as it is a very powerful solvent.
22. This face, he’d seen it before, recently, always distilled by a network TV screen or a newspaper—.
23. Back in the barracks I look at an archer's unique hunting career, distilled into pictures on his laptop.
24. The flower is cut and then distilled or dried, and the stalk is - for distillation purposes - thrown away.
25. What’s the name of that game again? Elizabeth asked as she passed Sophia a bottle of distilled water.
26. The only part of his formula I know is that he uses distilled water for his ice and distills it himself to be sure.
27. Olin said, The creosote you are thinking of is distilled from the tar of Beachwood and is intended for medical needs.
28. The great historians must have combed through mountains of material before they distilled it into what they wanted to say.
29. The creosote that I am talking about is distilled from coal tar and the English have long used it to preserve wood and timbers.
30. The persons employed by government first distilled a sufficient quantity of seawater, without the admixture of any other substance.
31. This materialistic ethic stems from a basic lack of understanding of what investing is when distilled down to its essential reality.
32. It might be the exhilaration of that potent cordial, which is distilled only in the furnace-glow of earnest and long-continued thought.
33. The biblical legend/myth of Cain and Abel is composed of ancient symbolical truths that have been distilled into a concentrated essence.
34. This produce dissolved soap, dressed vegetables, produced the same appearances, with the aerometer, as that distilled from spring water.
35. Hanna stopped in the next town and bought some cotton-wool and a small bottle of distilled alcohol in a pharmacy to clean Fred's face with.
36. Coffee distilled from beans highland grown, entwined with wild orchids and dusted with their pollen; an elixir marrying nature’s extremes.
37. It was also distilled to a volatile salts for fainting ladies, the same way that the horns of the male deer are manufactured into hartshorn.
38. The sky was dark, the stars not visible above the gray clouds, which were also barely discernible in the soft, distilled light of the half moon.
39. And it is this which in general renders sailors so averse to it, and excites a prejudice very unfavourable to the salubrity of distilled seawater.
40. Experiments made in France upon the Use of Distilled Seawater for domestic purposes, and its Effects on the Constitution, when taken as a Beverage.
41. And that mellowness had distilled itself down in a slow rain that damped his smoldering nerves and put the wilderness fires in every limb of him out.
42. Fermented liquors brewed, and spiritous liquors distilled, not for sale, but for private use, are not in Great Britain liable to any duties of excise.
43. The formula had been changed to diluted morphine and peppermint, but people still believed it could be distilled to yield a mild, if unreliable, high.
44. No, that acid had been distilled in the charges Mab had hurled at the Grand Inquisitor himself, for if the man who spoke for Mother Church truly was—.
45. What is distilled out is that unique combination of interacting chemical compounds that have combined in the presence of that universal solvent H2O, water.
46. And you didn’t see fit to mention this to me? he asked after a moment, his voice still hard but without the edge of distilled fury it had carried earlier.
47. He proposed an amendment to the War Revenue Act for a 76% tax on war profits and also a war tax, war income tax and war tax on tobacco, distilled beverages and cigars.
48. That old man had distilled turpentines and linseed oil so thoroughly through George Smith that they shaped his being, all Blue Period at twilight, all Rose Period at dawn.
49. There was a light source somewhere, a particular source of a particular summer light that distilled itself into a glare near the center of the octagon, like a flash seen in a mirror.
50. The particular faults from which these delicate generalities are distilled have distinguishable physiognomies, diction, accent, and grimaces; filling up parts in very various dramas.
51. The Solomon R Guggenheim Museum was the purest essence of art and design as distilled by a genius architect, the whole design dictated by the human requirements of the internal space.
52. Because they had by then distilled this all-powerful Sun God into a pure abstraction: so much that they did not even remember that this God was originally supposed to be the actual SUN.
53. Is it possible the liquid is naptha? This oil is sometimes colourless, and does not congeal at zero, and that which I distilled from the Seneca oil, does congeal at some degrees below zero.
54. The alcoholic solutions were poured into a small retort of known weight; the alcohol was carefully distilled off, and the residuum dried; deducting the weight of the retort, there remained 18.
55. Meanwhile the right culinary vessel was selected, water was seemingly distilled, and after consultation and long delay passed out to the thirsty one—not yet suffered to cool, not yet to settle.
56. But the distilled seawater had always that empyreumatic taste and smell, of which we have before spoken; and it was so strong, that the commission at Toulon called it odeur de marine, and odeur de marecage.
57. When there is no I'mage pursued, then the voice you can hear and freely choose to follow is your distilled will: the choices your gravity permit you according to the design your lifestyle creates as it orbits the deposited attractor of its hypothetical ideal.
58. In consequence of the great want of good fresh water in many of the maritime parts of France, the government some time since ordered some experiments to be made, upon an extensive scale, in order to ascertain how far seawater, when distilled, could be used with success.
59. His subconscious distilled the entire genetic past of our species all the way back to the first inferno, the first purgatory, the first heaven… as the three universal fates that all human souls had to experience as a psychological-genetic regression… after they died.
60. Solar Tea: Solar Tea is made by placing the ground up dried leaves of the herb into panty hose tied into a ball (becomes a tea bag) then place into a gallon (or larger) glass container of pure water (not city water, distilled or filtered water is best but stream water is OK).
61. Some of this residue dissolved in distilled water, was tested with carbonate of soda, forming an immediate white cloud; with nitrate of barytes, the same; with ammonia, the same; but with oxalate of ammonia, it did not form any cloud until it had stood some time, and then it was slight.
62. It’s part of the same mind-set—if I can use the term ‘mind’ in reference to him—which lets him recognize how threats to someone’s loved ones can be used to keep her in line without fully appreciating—or worrying about—the ultimate consequences of how much pure, distilled hatred that generates.
63. Neither of these liquids immediately loses this by being filtered through charcoal; but by being exposed for some time to the air, the distilled seawater loses this unpleasant quality, and then it does not differ from fresh water derived from the purest source; and both have equally stood every chemical test to which they have been exposed.
64. Then Tristan shaved his wonderful hair; he shaved it close to his head and left a cross all bald, and he rubbed his face with magic herbs distilled in his own country, and it changed in colour and skin so that none could know him, and he made him a club from a young tree torn from a hedge-row and hung it to his neck, and went bare-foot towards the castle.
65. These people, surrounded by artificial light instead of sunshine, look only upon fabrics of tapestry and stone and wood fashioned by the hand of man; the roar of machinery, the roll of vehicles, the thunder of cannon, the sound of musical instruments, are always in their ears; they breathe an atmosphere heavy with distilled perfumes and tobacco smoke; because of the weakness of their stomachs and their depraved tastes they eat rich and highly spiced food.
66. Such are the reports of commissioners employed to investigate the effects of distilled seawater, who, although separated at a great distance from each other, and having no communication, all agree in the inference, that it may be employed without any injury to the health, both as a beverage and in cookery, for the space of at least a month; and the fair presumption is, that it may be employed for a much longer time; and that in consequence, it must be considered as a very happy resource in long voyages of discovery.
67. And now gay-plumaged birds of all sorts began to warble in the trees, and with their varied and gladsome notes seemed to welcome and salute the fresh morn that was beginning to show the beauty of her countenance at the gates and balconies of the east, shaking from her locks a profusion of liquid pearls; in which dulcet moisture bathed, the plants, too, seemed to shed and shower down a pearly spray, the willows distilled sweet manna, the fountains laughed, the brooks babbled, the woods rejoiced, and the meadows arrayed themselves in all their glory at her coming.
68. And after having seen all this, what can be more charming than to see how a bevy of damsels comes forth from the gate of the castle in gay and gorgeous attire, such that, were I to set myself now to depict it as the histories describe it to us, I should never have done; and then how she who seems to be the first among them all takes the bold knight who plunged into the boiling lake by the hand, and without addressing a word to him leads him into the rich palace or castle, and strips him as naked as when his mother bore him, and bathes him in lukewarm water, and anoints him all over with sweet-smelling unguents, and clothes him in a shirt of the softest sendal, all scented and perfumed, while another damsel comes and throws over his shoulders a mantle which is said to be worth at the very least a city, and even more? How charming it is, then, when they tell us how, after all this, they lead him to another chamber where he finds the tables set out in such style that he is filled with amazement and wonder; to see how they pour out water for his hands distilled from amber and sweet-scented flowers; how they seat him on an ivory chair; to see how the damsels wait on him all in profound silence; how they bring him such a variety of dainties so temptingly prepared that the appetite is at a loss which to select; to hear the music that resounds while he is at table, by whom or whence produced he knows not.
69. Distilled water could be considered pure water in that it removes many dissolved solids,.

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