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Solvent numa frase em (in ingles)

  1. I hear the plop of the solvent.
  2. Paint and solvent fumes can cause.
  3. Cleaning solvent, bottled, shattered over the stove.
  4. Joined of the hip of self-portrayed material solvent in.
  5. The officer who had opened the barrel of solvent walked over.

  6. But what is at stake here? Nothing less than a solvent, even.
  7. Ben placed his brushes in the solvent and shifted his easel away.
  8. In this solid solution, we have marbles as SOLVENT & powder as SOLUTE.
  9. The same quantity of wood and of the solvent was employed in both cases.
  10. My two sons’ wrecks and towing bills kept the Wisnewski family solvent.
  11. Because of the lack of solvent, epoxy has an exceptional gap-filling ability.
  12. He had a small paper bag with a rag in it that was soaked with toluol, a solvent.
  13. Then, in a separate bowl, he dissolved the polyisobutylene binder into a solvent.
  14. For a firm that is solvent, five components are the key to controlling leverage: fixed.
  15. Once the parts were mixed together adequately, the solvent and water had to be removed.

  16. There were many pathologists who believed that alcohol acted as a "solvent" in the arteries.
  17. The chemicals from Jimmy’s bones match the solvent used in the body THE IDENTITY CHECK.
  18. Through a series of handmade mesh and cheesecloth filters, Santiago strained out the solvent.
  19. As it does so, its sporadic random motion causes it to react with the solvent it’s suspended in.
  20. Splendid, Metcalfe grinned, The idiot will buy into this and then we will be solvent again.
  21. Pinches (1973)* compared the financial ratios of solvent and financially distressed insurance firms.
  22. I lived then in a small brick house in Manhattan, and, being for the moment solvent, employed a Negro.
  23. Distilled Water should never be put into metal saucepans or kettles, as it is a very powerful solvent.
  24. AT TEN O’CLOCK ON the evening of December 15, Sergeant Harry Stemkowsky was thinking that he was actually solvent.
  25. But what is at stake here? Nothing less than a solvent, even wealthy, lifestyle, improved happiness, and a fulfilled life.

  26. Those who did this were betting that the US government and the Saudi Arabian government would keep Egypt stable and solvent.
  27. Sir, can men thus situated, solvent as they ought to be ten times over, find relief from the State banks? Certainly not, sir.
  28. The use of DMSO, a colourless, oily liquid primarily used as an industrial solvent, for therapeutic applications is controversial.
  29. Ethanol is like a cleaning solvent; it goes in and cleans contaminants from both the storage tanks, gas tankers and your gas tank.
  30. Restrictions on the transfer of funds may prevent the payment of interest in dollars even though the company may remain amply solvent.
  31. Meanwhile Henry did a quick deal and sold the Georgetown house for a loss of sixteen thousand pounds but at least he was solvent again.
  32. The oils are concentrated liquids derived from plants through a variety of means: distillation, solvent extraction or expression processing.
  33. But the solvent spread on the linoleum, licking eating under the kitchen door, while the voices took it up in chorus: Fire, fire, fire!.
  34. But the solvent spread on the linoleum, licking, eating, under the kitchen door, while the voices took it up in chorus: ‘Fire, fire, fire!’.
  35. Few seem to realize that in order to remain solvent, that is, creditworthy, an economic entity does not necessarily have to pass all three tests.
  36. Jesus' message, as he preached it and lived it in his day, was an effective solvent for man's spiritual difficulties in that day of its statement.
  37. The opinion of all the commercial men was that, under the reverses which had successively weighed down Morrel, it was impossible for him to remain solvent.
  38. What is distilled out is that unique combination of interacting chemical compounds that have combined in the presence of that universal solvent H2O, water.
  39. Indeed, it appears as if there might have been a question about Hertz’s ability to remain solvent after the economic meltdown occurred in late 2008 and early 2009.
  40. By 1932 this billion dollars had shrunk to $8 million, and in 1952 the warrants were wiped out in the company’s recapitalization—even though it had remained solvent.
  41. The wigs cost a fortune, and the manufacturer took no responsibility after three months of use, but there were few solvent bald men who did not succumb to the temptation.
  42. Since interest rates change frequently, and will rarely be above the cost of equity for a solvent company, the WACC cannot be minimized on the basis of its own parameters.
  43. She was benevolent and at the same time solvent, public-spirited and privately an individualist, open-handed but with a delicate sense of doubly-entry bookkeeping, sentimental but not soft.
  44. The atheism of Europe has become almost a necessary solvent to eat out the mythology with which men’s minds have been filled for centuries—('They shall turn aside unto mu>qouv, fables, ’ 2 Tim.
  45. Is it possible that Thomson & French are not looked upon as safe and solvent bankers? Pray tell me what you think, baron, for I feel uneasy, I can assure you, having some considerable property in their hands.
  46. This shows that, independently of any power of conducting electricity, there is some movement in the solvent fluid which tends to carry forward the Galvanic principle from the copper to the zinc end of the series.
  47. Remember that markets can remain irrational longer than most investors can remain solvent, so if you want to use these value composite strategies for shorting, you must marry them to some additional form of analysis.
  48. Some of the other companies managed to remain solvent by affecting a kind of composition with bondholders, involving the issuance of new bonds carrying a guarantee of interest at rather low rates, though not of principal.
  49. Since water is considered as the universal solvent, people use this for body detoxification to wash out all the toxins caused by unhealthy lifestyle such as smoking cigarette, drinking lots of alcohol, and eating processed foods.
  50. When I interviewed children from the streets who were turned over to rehabilitation center if they were aware of the dangers in using solvent, they knew that it was dangerous, but the feelings of getting high was valued more highly.
  51. The purchase of the 5% bonds at close to par could only be justified by a confident belief that the company would remain solvent and reasonably prosperous, for otherwise the bonds would undoubtedly suffer a severe drop in market price.
  52. The atmosphere is the great recipient of all volatilized bodies; it possesses but feebly the powers of a solvent, unaided by heat or moisture, but when these are adjuvants, no body in nature can totally resist their action for a long time.
  53. If the connexion be made after the plates are immersed, the effect is much less powerful; and sometimes after two or three immersions the apparatus loses its power, though the action of the solvent should become in the interim much more violent.
  54. The track itself wasn’t solvent due to the outrageous amount of money that had been won by people who were betting on the futures because the odds that they originally posted were substantial compared to the usual everyday run-of-the-mill wager.
  55. A Spanish prisoner's donation of a distant treasure of valuables or specie or bullion lodged with a solvent banking corporation loo years previously at 5% compound interest of the collective worth of 5,000,000 pounds stg (five million pounds sterling).
  56. Substantive consolidation occurs when, for purposes of a reorganization, two separate entities are combined into one; say, for example, solvent parent company creditors are placed in the same class as the creditor of an insolvent subsidiary as part of a reorganization plan.
  57. Substantive consolidation occurs when, for purposes of a reorganization, two separate entities are combined into one; say, for example, a solvent parent company creditors are placed in the same class as the creditor of an insolvent subsidiary as part of a reorganization plan.
  58. Although I don‘t object to salary/benefits reductions in principle, (such measures are sometimes necessary in order to keep a company solvent), I nevertheless object to workers being paid $1 an hour, let‘s assume for argument sake, for a pair of sneakers selling for $100 on the American Market.
  59. Certainly, these issues were cheaper than the bonds and stocks of solvent roads, which sold for the most part at liberal prices in relation to their current exhibits and which in many cases would be in danger of insolvency if future conditions turned out as badly as the low price of trusteeships issues seemed to anticipate.
  60. But when he took up the mighty task to which he consecrated his life, and was left to grapple with illiteracy, superstition and the needs of a benighted and down-trodden people, knotty questions in theology no longer vexed him, for he recognized that there was but one all-sufficient solvent for the dark problems which thrust themselves into the foreground, and that was the redemptive power of the Gospel of Christ.
  61. And now that he has personally left the world, he sends in his place his Spirit of Truth, who is designed to live in man and, for each new generation, to restate the Jesus message so that every new group of mortals to appear upon the face of the earth shall have a new and up-to-date version of the gospel, just such personal enlightenment and group guidance as will prove to be an effective solvent for man's ever-new and varied spiritual difficulties.
  62. Water is widely used as a raw material, ingredient, and solvent in the processing, formulation,.

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