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1. Dilute juice with water.
2. Tears may dilute the blood.
3. Dilute it with plenty of fresh water.
4. This will help dilute it from your system.
5. They dilute the original idea, pollute it with.
6. Raising debt would dilute net income with interest.
7. The melting of ice caps is acting to dilute the oceans.
8. If you can't take it then dilute the lemon a little bit.
9. I had to get out of the barrack and dilute the gas somehow.
10. Use copious amounts of water to dilute and wash off chemicals.
11. In hot weather dilute 1 cup of ful cream milk to 9 cups of water.
12. If bowels are loose, dilute combination in 2 to 2 1/2 cups water.
13. Since it is a stronger astringent you need to dilute it with water.
14. The more salt you eat the more water your system retains to dilute it.
15. Relieved that Max was not nearby to dilute his authority, Buck readily agreed.
16. We will dilute contaminated material 1,000 to 1 with clean material and then.
17. If he elaborated, it would only dilute and crumble what had already been stated.
18. Using more than one format of link for the same page could dilute the impact of.
19. Leaving the door ajar and a window open helped dilute the stench with London air.
20. Strong scented soap with a feminine fragrance will help dilute the smell of bleach.
21. Simply dilute the condensed milk with an equal volume of water, and use as whole milk.
22. Example: Fading in information will dilute the impact that it could have otherwise created.
23. Moreover, Johnny’s presence in Marilyn’s life threatened to dilute Natasha’s importance.
24. They did little to dilute the impression that Amaranthe and Maldynado were visiting a fortress.
25. In an effort to dilute the power of the slave states, the Northern delegates secured a compromise.
26. He closed his eyes and breathed in, trying to dilute the alcohol on his breath as much as possible.
27. Watering heavily also helps dilute the food for the hybrid teas to process more easily and acceptably.
28. By that time there should be enough new arrivals to sufficiently dilute the population that the problem becomes manageable.
29. He quickly washed the pouch with dilute bleach, its laundromat ambience causing his young wife to wrinkle her nose and squint.
30. Combined with iron in any proportion, it gives, as it is dilute or concentrated, a pure blue or blue-black; while galls, sumach, &c.
31. A round of drinks might dilute their natural antipathy to the point where they’d cough up something useful, a name, a number to call.
32. In fact for all children with diarrhea, I do not ask them to change milk just dilute it to half strength and take the medicines that I gave.
33. The bomb is their statement that the hedging position with their bank is crippling them and they might have to dilute through an issue of shares.
34. Use one capful only of shampoo and spread it between the palms of your hands; for very greasy hair you can dilute the shampoo and repeat the shampooing process.
35. Investors need to find such a company without preferred stock so that the company does not need to pay the interest and dilute the stock of existing shareholders.
36. Prevention was to avoid the above food, drink lots of water to dilute the uric acid in the blood and take a drug called allopurinol which help to turn the uric acid to urea.
37. It was just one drop of last dilute, only a few thousand doses, they made little over an aluminum off it and didn’t dare spend it now because their finances would be watched.
38. You can not dilute and nullify the Word of God with silly and stupid, but politically and socially correct arguments to nullify his statutes, laws and the perfect examples He gave us!.
39. Second, they feel that they have few enough great ideas and do not want to dilute the performance from these potential stars by filling the rest of the portfolio with more mediocre opportunities.
40. Finally, if a business uses its stock to make acquisitions, make sure the stock is not undervalued, as the acquisition would then dilute the ownership interest of the acquiring business’s owners.
41. For it is undoubtedly better to concentrate on one stock that you know is going to prove highly profitable, rather than dilute your results to a mediocre figure, merely for diversification’s sake.
42. Where maintaining this constant quantity of life giving water causes the oceans to become more salty and mineral laden, the earth will release stored water (ice) to return the oceans to a more dilute state.
43. This finished product is then sold to the various drug distributors who dilute (orcut) the cocaine with choices of either dextrose or salt cuts, quinine or boric acid, but in most cases Talcum Powder…as long as the final product retains the white powder look of the original plus a lemony taste.
44. But this small village, germ of something more, why did it fail while Concord keeps its ground? Were there no natural advantages—no water privileges, forsooth? Ay, the deep Walden Pond and cool Brister's Spring—privilege to drink long and healthy draughts at these, all unimproved by these men but to dilute their glass.
45. When thinking about the difference between a simple return and a moving average signal, I like the following intuition: we know that current market price is the most relevant data point but we do not know whether the most appropriate comparison is the price a week, month, quarter, or year ago; thus it makes sense to dilute the choice of window starting point by taking a moving average.
46. Here, then, lies the great art: to make a little render to success the sound of a catastrophe in order that those who profit by it may tremble from it also, to season with fear every step that is taken, to augment the curve of the transition to the point of retarding progress, to dull that aurora, to denounce and retrench the harshness of enthusiasm, to cut all angles and nails, to wad triumph, to muffle up right, to envelop the giant-people in flannel, and to put it to bed very speedily, to impose a diet on that excess of health, to put Hercules on the treatment of a convalescent, to dilute the event with the expedient, to offer to spirits thirsting for the ideal that nectar thinned out with a potion, to take one's precautions against too much success, to garnish the revolution with a shade.
1. The food is often concentrated and requires diluting.
2. The possibility of it seeped in, diluting his conviction.
3. The ice in his glass was melting rapidly, diluting the whiskey.
4. Diluting the oceans is reducing the concentration of salts and other minerals.
5. WFI should be used in injectable product preparations, for dissolving or diluting substances or.
6. Democracy has merely succeeded in diluting the usual pyramidal process and dynamic of accumulation.
7. Just by returning to the old milk and diluting the milk the child was able to handle the digestion of his milk.
8. The warm water diluting it only makes the stuff worse; a fact which amuses Gilla as I express my distaste and wince.
9. And the presence of a mass of outstanding options can only dampen the returns to investors, diluting earnings as the options are exercised.
10. Pennzoil infused cash for 80 percent of the stock, thereby diluting existing shareholders (and edifying short sellers who managed to stay short), and paid off Hindman handsomely for not working.
11. The Smile turned into a giggle, the giggle into belly laugh, belly laugh into near hysteria causing salt tears to tumble across the dried blood, diluting it to a strawberry pink, and leaving a salty rich taste in his mouth as it coursed in.
12. When I removed your restraints back in the Examining Room, I had already sent Medusa what’s called a ‘reverberation’—an influx of code, echoing back and forth, diluting her senses, and making her work harder to monitor any speech or movement within that quadrant.
13. There is a huge difference between derivative contracts with third parties that do not result in more shares being issued and company-issued options that increase the number of its shares outstanding in the future, thereby diluting the interests of the current stockholders.
14. Perhaps he had desecrated his heritage by diluting his seed in the immense native population, but with all their catholic reproductive zeal, there were still less than a hundred pure-blooded Brazilians and less than a thousand known any-blood Brazilians on this planet of forty billion.
15. In a subsection entitled A Dangerous Device for Diluting Stock Values, the authors write,.
1. But this isn’t diluted at all! I.
2. Call her diluted, but I prefer pastel.
3. Year Total Diluted Outstanding Shares.
4. In those waters, my regrets were diluted.
5. Existing shareholder ownership diluted 10.
6. Most of the smell was gone, diluted by water.
7. Diluted earnings per share during 2008 were $3.
8. Existing shareholder ownership was diluted more.
9. Add those all up for fully diluted shares outstanding.
10. Even though the sunshine diluted the shadow between us.
11. I will have a glass of diluted red wine that is a slightly.
12. The ashes mixed and diluted with the flowing water of Ganga.
13. I knew it was pure blood, not tainted or diluted or poisoned.
14. Market cap of the company = Diluted share count × Share price.
15. All your energy has been diluted in that silly fight with Duprina.
16. Then the doctor nodded and ordered something diluted to give to me.
17. That perhaps the poison had become diluted and would have no effect.
18. But his nuttiness just diluted all the menace and turned it into farce.
19. The human population of the town seemed to only know the diluted story.
20. Adjusted diluted earnings per share are expected to be in a range of $2.
21. Tommy Hilfiger is another company that suffered when it diluted its brand.
22. This was her crime, passed on to her children through their diluted blood.
23. Infosys’s total diluted outstanding shares have increased over the last four years.
24. He took the company back to profitability in 1989 with fully diluted earnings of $2.
25. Now that I’m looking at my frozen self with a gun to his/my face, the panic is diluted.
26. Three days had passed, and with them, the chances of my survival were gone away, diluted.
27. She bathed his face in rose water and gave him diluted wine whenever he asked for a drink.
28. Barclays is having a rights issue and looks to hit the new diluted price as of today, 30 July.
29. But if the Ebola virus has been placed in water, maybe it’s been diluted, said Rinehart.
30. Remaining market cap growth was diluted by new and secondary issuance boosting the number of shares.
31. Remove it with diluted lemon or vinegar rinse which will adhere to the unconditioned top of the hair.
32. Aside from that, put lots of ice cubes into the drinks, so that they would become diluted with water.
33. If insiders cashed their options, Sysco’s earnings per share would be diluted much less than Cisco’s.
34. In the process, substances that form kidney stones are diluted, reducing the risk of kidney stone recurrence.
35. When most of the seeds have sprouted, remove the cover, and water the sprouts with diluted all-purpose fertilizer.
36. Market capitalization is calculated using the number of diluted shares multiplied with the share price of the stock.
37. This way, the total count of diluted outstanding shares will reduce and existing shareholder ownership will increase.
38. Her skin the color of diluted amber, she is darker than Ren now, white wine to the color of heavy champagne and honey.
39. The company at least buys back the management’s option dilution so that outside shareholder shares will not get diluted.
40. She injected her kill with diluted serum and instead of not turning into a vampire, it turned into the first zombie vampire.
41. This principle is applied in homeopathy, where it's believed that the more a substance is diluted the more potent it becomes.
42. The solution 1, diluted largely with water, deposited an abundant white precipitate, which was very heavy and rapidly subsided.
43. So many personalities had been inside that all I got was a jumble of muted emotions so diluted that nothing came through strongly.
44. Second, it is only fair to allow existing holders to take action against having their holdings diluted by the issue of further shares.
45. Instantly, the first steamers were diluted in the atmosphere and in seconds the screams and movements became more serious and ferocious.
46. The reason was quite simple - the vision of one nation under one God would be diluted with the infiltration of foreign beliefs and idols.
47. The company can manipulate the EPS numbers when they buy back the shares because the number of total diluted outstanding shares will be less.
48. The vaporous form materializing in the center of the clearing as the resonant tunka-tunka diluted itself in the resident hammock stridulation.
49. Another shame of its impotence is to allow the deviations of trillion dollars that are diluted in the corruption, wastes or illicit enrichment.
50. Adding to diluted muriatic acid, while acting on zinc, enough red lead to prevent effervescence, the temperature rose from 70 to 110 Fahrenheit.
51. His bike whizzed through the fields until he came to a small stream that he crossed before cycling up a hill into a long diluted mountain range.
52. Moreover, there is an accompanying fear that a diluted sharia would obviously weaken the socio-religious hold of the mullahs on their community.
53. Fully diluted shares outstanding is close to the toughest calculation required on financial statements, and that is why it is so frequently wrong.
54. I never knew that Wordsworth's greeting was a languid handful of numb, unresponsive fingers, that his speech was prolix, thin, endlessly diluted.
55. A portion of the dried residuum (7) was treated with diluted muriatic acid, which dissolved nearly the whole of it, with considerable effervescence.
56. Are earnings per share up only because there are fewer shares out? Compare using fully diluted shares outstanding, not just undiluted average shares.
57. I thought I heard movement from upstairs, and then I could feel something in my head, like a diluted version of the ice-pick sensation of brain freeze.
58. 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.
59. This is extracted nicotine, the kind that people use in those electronic cigarettes, though that stuff is a hundred times more diluted than this was.
60. Because the number of bitcoins distributed to the network is not affected by the number of miners, the more miners, the more diluted the reward will be.
61. During the fourth quarter of 2008, Allergan was able to report adjusted diluted earnings of 76 cents per share, a 27 percent increase over a year earlier.
62. However, for more efforts that he was doing in pursuit of the acquisition of the so renowned value, this seemed to become diluted at his self-pity's hills.
63. The value of a common stock is said to be diluted if there is an increase in the number of shares without a corresponding increase in assets and earning power.
64. This would have diluted the salinity of at least the surface waters that flooded the low-lying lands bordering the southern or African part of the Mediterranean.
65. The extrication of hydrogen by the action of diluted sulphuric acid on iron or zinc, being the consequence of a previous, not simultaneous decomposition of water.
66. And the best part is, the power of the curse is now intermingled with our power, and the limited mind it had is now diluted and distributed among both of our minds.
67. It is dark and diluted, painful and obvious, torn and wrought with things that appear to make it sad—a woman whom, at her lover’s side, cries with roses in her hand.
68. For example, the market cap for a company with a $1 million diluted share count at $10 per share would be $10 million because $1 million multiplied by 10 is $10 million.
69. The sulphur was seen by the naked eye distributed through the silex in round globules the size of a pin's head, after dissolving the powdered stone in diluted nitric acid.
70. The muriatic acid used bears about twenty-three degrees o£ the aeromètre, and is diluted by water to about six degrees—four parts of the liquor is used to one part of bones.
71. Another thing to watch for is the presence of convertible bonds in the capital structure; earnings could be diluted if and when the bonds are converted into shares of common stock.
72. But the brand became diluted when the company made it widely accessible to middle-class consumers (whereas before it had been accessible to that market only on an occasional basis).
73. Then again as First Group clears 100p having traded at 90p on an ex-rights diluted valuation of 135p, it can be seen that the market isn’t always perfect when situations are unusual.
74. Remedies – Alternate a shampoo for greasy hair with one for normal hair, but apply shampoo only to the scalp; the rinsing water will carry diluted shampoo through the length of the hair.
75. And, in earlier days, a company that drastically diluted its shares (with large amounts of convertible debt or multiple offerings of common stock) was said to have watered its stock.
76. Etching is a process of reproduction that consists in drawing with a steel point on a waxed plate of copper or zinc, and then putting it in a bath of diluted nitric acid to bite in the lines.
77. The nature of the mineral I immediately conjectured, and treated it with diluted sulphuric acid, in which it entirely dissolved with effervescence, forming a bitter fluid, and leaving no sediment.
78. Perhaps a better comparison would be desensitization therapy; an established allergy treatment in which patients are routinely exposed to extremely diluted (but escalating) doses of offending allergens.
79. He stole a package of miso paste and, when the guards weren’t looking, shoveled it into his mouth and swallowed it in one gulp, not knowing that miso paste is extremely concentrated, meant to be diluted in water.
80. This carbonate of magnesia dissolves entirely in diluted sulphuric acid, with considerable effervescence and chemical action, producing a bitter compound, from which salts of easy solution are formed by evaporation.
81. The morning before the meeting began, the bank put out a news release announcing it had finalized a deal with a Texas billionaire, whereby he would give them a large capital infusion that diluted existing stockholders.
82. Given a three-pronged approach to the analysis of a company and its securities, certain shibboleths applied to strict going concerns become diluted when the business is analyzed not only as an operation but also as a financier.
83. Rinse the hair thoroughly; by the rule of gravity shampoo will travel down the length of your hair, and diluted shampoo is perfect to clean the longer part of the hair which has already had a few hundred shampoos in its lifetime.
84. Besides, more and more the country is deepened in the misery and it is in total infrastructural calamity, without hope of income, because its wealth are diluted every year in social budget that consumes all its wealth in an eternal state of transfers.
85. A small, preliminary trial found that a mouthwash with diluted tea tree oil was effective in decreasing the growth of Candida albicans and in improving symptoms in AIDS patients with oral Candida infections (thrush) that had not responded to drug therapy.
86. In the recent past, I have championed the idea that many mythological accounts take their basis from oral history where the retelling over the generations diluted the real experience at its core with magical and mystical add-on descriptions, and stories.
87. Another interesting time that a chart will show a price gap is when a share price has become diluted due to a rights issue, or the price of the shares has been halved or doubled (or any other multiple) for purely technical reasons as a result of a share split or consolidation.
88. Second, stock options are already reflected in the diluted share base used to calculate the earnings-per-share (EPS) figures most investors focus on; by further burdening net income with an expense for options, diluted EPS under today’s accounting clearly reflects double counting.
89. When I was developing the Dauntless simulations, years ago, we discovered that certain levels of potency overwhelmed the brain and made it too insensible with terror to invent new surroundings, which was when we diluted the solution so that the simulations would be more instructive.
90. The question now arises: Are the dynamic Akashic records being continuously written or is it simply an alternate reality where time is absent or diluted? When we ‘read’ the Akashic records, are we peering into another reality where the measure of time is different, relative to the reality we are viewing it from?
91. Her dark hair, natty and seemingly-unkempt; her dark eyes, ugly and without color; her fair skin, an anonymous standard of beauty—even the set of their eyes seem different and the height of which they stand seems diluted: stretched forward, into infinity and beyond, but compacted to the point where even from so far away they look alike.
92. His equivocations with himself about the death of Raffles had sustained the conception of an Omniscience whom he prayed to, yet he had a terror upon him which would not let him expose them to judgment by a full confession to his wife: the acts which he had washed and diluted with inward argument and motive, and for which it seemed comparatively.
93. A door spun behind him—it was closing time, shouts of guards were echoing under the vaulted ceilings, telling all the pale, sedulous scholars it was time to go—but it was as if the air dissolved them on contact, or as if the broad spaces of the raised plaza diluted them, because the only people left out here seemed to be mendicants and the mentally ill.
94. This interesting class of experiments ought to be resumed, not with the spirit of quackery, or of extravagant expectation, but with the sobriety of philosophical research; and it is more than probable that the nitrous oxyde which is now little more than a subject of merriment and wonder, if properly diluted and discreetly applied, would be productive of valuable effects.
95. But analysis would show that the participation of the public in any future increase in earnings was seriously diluted in three different ways: by the cash selling expense subtracted from the price to be paid for the new stock, by the small tangible assets contributed by the original owners for their stock interest and by the warrants which would siphon off part of any increased value.
96. Nor does every husband feel bound to repeat at every step, “Tu l’as voulu, Georges Dandin!” like another typical personage; and yet how many millions and billions of Georges Dandins there are in real life who feel inclined to utter this soul-drawn cry after their honeymoon, if not the day after the wedding! Therefore, without entering into any more serious examination of the question, I will content myself with remarking that in real life typical characters are “watered down,” so to speak; and all these Dandins and Podkoleosins actually exist among us every day, but in a diluted form.
97. The therapeutic use of DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide) is controversial because of safety concerns, but some preliminary research shows that diluted preparations of DMSO,.
1. This dilutes the wealth of the.
2. When this conversion takes place is dilutes the oxygen in the air.
3. In sales, rounding off figures dilutes its impact so state numbers without rounding off.
4. It’s a low-volume setup, and when too many people dive into a low-volume setup, it dilutes the effectiveness of that setup.
5. This dilutes the very objective of the debate, and the ‘liberal’ thus avoids the necessity of proposing positive ideas and discussion.
6. For one thing, there aren’t that many strong research inputs, and dealing with 20 or 30 firms dilutes the value and impact of the few good ones.
7. Nothing transpires, at least to her knowledge, though with each passing moment the air grows cold and the dappled, golden sunlight dilutes until it is nothing more than grey.
8. The problem is: the English translators translate the same word 13 different ways! If you translate something 13 different ways, it dilutes its importance by a factor of 13, correct? I'm going to show you some of those ways.

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