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    1. Ava immediately said her goodbyes and went back to her lab, probably worrying about the asteroid and attempting to refine the predictions

    2. prayer and effort to refine and simplify the Emotion

    3. you’ll be able to refine this skill much more quickly

    4. If the answer is yes, you can continue to refine the

    5. those that never have to rebuild, to refine, to restructure, or to find

    6. refine in the fire that you may be rich

    7. In this last chapter we will learn to refine our gift and find how it fits in the place of worship

    8. With His love He will refine His people in

    9. to refine and adapt if needed, but do not lose focus on the end goal

    10. Do the best you can now, and refine later

    11. Stung by this reception, Chuff returned to his laboratory and basically became a recluse, working day and night to refine his theory - partly to prove himself to his colleagues, partly because he didn't get out much anyway

    12. But our scientists continued to refine it

    13. night to refine his ideas, but his programming

    14. to refine sugar from plants so we can rot our teeth and have to buy toothbrushes

    15. Those conversations allowed me to refine our interior finishing

    16. His friendly biographer claims that all Abramoff did was refine an already corrupt system!

    17. Nathan thought to himself, that he really needed to refine his interrogation skills

    18. He was eager to refine his barking

    19. “Well, could you refine that somewhat? How soon exactly, is soon? More or less, of course

    20. refine them as silver is refined, and will try them as gold is tried: they shall call on my name, and I will hear them; I will say, It is my

    21. That which is now offered and pressed upon us does not soothe, purify, exalt, or refine

    22. before the publication of this book, the former frequently disappear and reappear to refine the salt that is exported throughout the world

    23. you navigate these pitfal s and continual y build, update and refine the plans for your family

    24. We have coal, oil, natural gas and the ability to develop nuclear power and refine oil and are not doing it because of the government

    25. Some of the most important process elements and content pieces of family budgeting to read more about, study, learn and practice, hone and refine are:

    26. The program helped him refine quantitative abilities and skills in financial analysis

    27. With plenty of time to brainstorm, design, and refine her plan of

    28. Devote 5-10 minutes to refine the chosen statement

    29. Refine your work in the Second Draft of the book

    30. Refine the Second Draft of your book to show how others treat

    31. You will upgrade and refine your image

    32. This is a good thing when it happens – it’s good to revise our belief systems periodically and to refine them – but it’s not always so pleasant

    33. It is good that twice a year you get a chance to upgrade and refine this area

    34. This is a method that you can refine on an ongoing basis to improve the natural search traffic to your

    35. Tomorrow I can show you how to refine

    36. and the function of the mechanism that you are attempting to refine, your mind

    37. Continually test, refine and improve

    38. that it will force you to refine your ideas sooner rather than later

    39. It hones in on these common problems quickly and helps you to refine your voice and reach the next level in 30

    40. She always likes to help young women refine themselves or merely fine-tune their graces

    41. After Jodas and his companions left, I went in search of Coatl and as usual he was with one of the trades people, a potter this time, he was covered with white clay lying on his back under the potters wheel explaining something about the workings and how to refine it

    42. ’ All these forms of awareness help refine ones consciousness

    43. Using a combination of time-motion studies and detailed mapping of the processes, we were able to refine the internal processes

    44. Tens of thousands of space miners have worked hard to mine and refine that metal ore

    45. electoral procedures that will gradually refine the selection of their decision-

    46. Now diving at a speed of less than 700 kilometers per hour, Ingrid had over a minute to refine her dive trajectory, aiming squarely at the cruiser getting progressively bigger in her aiming sight

    47. She could work farther ahead but she decided instead to use that time to refine the search system that she had come up with

    48. Leanne left Pete to refine the search and gave the nod to the Detective Inspector, who was well into his information session with the other senior officers

    49. • Use and refine the standard operating procedures (SOPs) for operation, maintenance,

    50. As another day came to an end, Charlie headed back up the stairs to his room to refine his plans further

    1. Now the refined sugar that we spoke about can sneak up on you

    2. P…Caffeine, Refined sugar, Alcohol, and Processed foods

    3. · Have only a moderate intake of sugar; use unrefined or fruit sugar or honey in place of refined sugar

    4. The Fertrell Company has developed and refined a line of products that addresses the demineralization problem

    5. Four tons probably wasn't more than a few percent of the total refined aluminum on this world, but it was the largest single fortune in one place

    6. elegant and less refined

    7. That morning I took the obligatory slap in the face for my tardiness in the bathroom with a refined, almost beatific grace

    8. What, then, are these unnatural foods to be avoided? These are the refined, processed, tinned and packaged foods, the worst offenders being white sugar, white flour, white rice and any other food from which the vitality has been refined out

    9. What is devitalized food and why are the Yogis so against it? Dead and devitalized foods include everything that has been preserved, bottled, bleached, refined, canned, pickled, or polished

    10. What is wrong with these substances? Simply that in their refined state they are unsuitable as foods and are actually harmful to the human body

    11. What is wrong with eating raw sugar, whole wheat flour products, and unpolished rice? They may prove somewhat dearer but who in his right mind would try to economize on good food? And in the case of raw sugar be careful that you are not buying refined sugar that has simply been coloured brown

    12. Why, I wonder, did we abandon honey, nature’s most nutritious sweet food, in favour of dry, sterile, refined sugars? I am afraid that there can be only one answer—sheer ignorance of the basic needs and capabilities of the human organism

    13. Study all I have written in the chapter on diet and do not eat anything which has been refined or preserved

    14. He was still a mountain of a man, but he was refined, the rough edges were gone, his bearing was softer

    15. Darryl had refined his math that pointed the way to simulate a fourth order condensate in logic

    16. The atmosphere was refined, even among the poorer houses, often only three rooms with open fires for a kitchen

    17. The ornamentation and artwork were breathtaking, the detailing much more refined than the reproductions made for tourists in the 20th century

    18. That which was refined will stop inwardly

    19. Every bit of the Balenus was used; it’s hide would provide shoes for all, it’s fat would be refined and used in various products

    20. the silver is fully refined?”

    21. refined for unknown ages

    22. The developed and refined Christian-Satanist who had spent time to progress

    23. He refined his muddled thoughts to the point where he doubted that she was the Yingolian ghost for two reasons

    24. 35Some of the wise will stumble, so that they may be refined, purified and

    25. Like Crystal’s name, it fit her precisely, as pristine and refined as a fine diamond

    26. There was a prophetic heritage being built in Israel that grew over the years until it became so refined that it birthed the major and minor prophets who wrote the scriptures

    27. A refined prophetic gift is like a fine sword in the hands of a master swordsman, or a scalpel in the hands of a skilled surgeon

    28. refined and prepared for my destiny

    29. holiness, as gold is refined in a fire

    30. Those who are refined

    31. be refined in His fire

    32. The Orcs, trolls, goblins and constructs had been selectively bred for many, many generations so as to be refined into the perfect tools for their particular job

    33. Refined carbohydrates, such as those found in white bread, are referred to as "high

    34. sugar or overly refined

    35. Many of your highly refined foods are stripped of the nutrients and

    36. while avoiding the more highly refined varieties

    37. When it comes to choosing carbohydrates it is best to choose those that are not refined

    38. Man has not created bad and good; justice and injustice; the desire for changes; heroes and villains; love and hate; the need to eat; the feeling of satiety; the possibilities for particles to agglutinate, reshape, transform, expand and grow into something larger or more refined

    39. Adjectives, conjunctions, and prepositions: some sort Of bionomic central force in the monkey seemed to Express itself through the de-centered processes of Rolling grammatical progression and spreading activation That converged around the impulses flowing between The brain-machine interface, with the monkey’s intentions Refined by the computers rationalizing

    40. Those different manufactures come, in process of time, to be gradually subdivided, and thereby improved and refined in a great variety of ways, which may easily be conceived, and which it is therefore unnecessary to explain any farther

    41. Such manufactures are generally employed upon the materials which the country produces, and they seem frequently to have been first refined and improved In such inland countries as were not, indeed, at a very great, but at a considerable distance from the sea-coast, and sometimes even from all water carriage

    42. For though neither the rude produce, nor even the coarse manufacture, could, without the greatest difficulty, support the expense of a considerable land-carriage, the refined and improved manufacture easily may

    43. become a refined problem-solver

    44. A niche is a more refined topic that is very much a sub-section of a market

    45. The more advanced or more refined manufactures, even of the colony produce, the merchants and manufacturers of Great Britain chuse to reserve to themselves, and have prevailed upon the legislature to prevent their establishment in the colonies, sometimes by high duties, and sometimes by absolute prohibitions

    46. the hundred weight, white sugars pay £1:1:1; and refined, either double or single, in loaves, £4:2:5 8/20ths

    47. At present, however, by an indulgence of the custom-house, clayed or refined sugar, if reduced from loaves into powder, is commonly imported as Muscovado

    48. She will not suffer her colonies to work in those more refined manufactures, even for their own consumption ; but insists upon their purchasing of her merchants and manufacturers all goods of this kind which they have occasion for

    49. Land is still so cheap, and, consequently, labour so dear among them, that they can import from the mother country almost all the more refined or more advanced manufactures cheaper than they could make them for themselves

    50. Yes I fed on the life-force and the mind energy too - refined “force” to a creature such as I

    1. God refines, and the symbol is always by fire

    2. The manufacturers first supply the neighbourhood, and afterwards, as their work improves and refines, more distant markets

    3. In Verse 14, Paul refines this thought clearly stating that if those that live law can inherit –

    4. Krishn shapes and refines beings with special care at the beginning of

    5. Here is our master Joseph, who doesn’t care about the external appearance, but rather, he sees by Al’lah’s Light which refines one’s heart

    6. The principles of Islamic economy is that it never deprive the natural instinct of possessing among Muslims, but it refines and guides it for the protection of man himself as well as his society

    7. When nothing else matters except that single part of a disconnected linear chain of a linear, causal process that rips ore out of the earth, filters it, crushes it, washes it, chemicalizes it, melts it, refines it, turns it into an alloy, ships it around the world to other factories that refine it further, shape it, re-melt it, pound it, twist it, flatten it, and then sell it to another set of disconnected linear processes that makes that metal ends up in half the houses of the world as a screw, as a pipe, as a nail…

    8. undoubtedly, love alone that refines, ennobles, and exalts it

    9. And now! now I felt, to the heart of me! I felt the prodigious keen edge, with which love, presiding over this act, points the pleasure: love! that may be styled the Attic salt of enjoyment; and indeed, without it, the joy, great as it is, is still a vulgar one, whether in a king or a beggar; for it is, undoubtedly, love alone that refines, ennobles, and exalts it

    1. He should stop thinking about refining the design of their speed yacht and concentrate on using it

    2. So when a new process was discovered of refining sugar cheaply and in large quantities honey began to lose its popularity as a sweetening agent and became increasingly less available as sugar became more so

    3. accommodating the needs of others, refining ourselves,

    4. When you keep refining each element, you can apply this knowledge to other

    5. What would anywhere else have been performed by ore refining machines, here was being done with the broken teeth and bleeding fingers of slaves

    6. They amounted, therefore, to a prohibition, at first of claying or refining sugar for any foreign market, and at present of claying or refining it for the market which takes off, perhaps, more than nine-tenths of the whole produce

    7. The manufacture of claying or refining sugar, accordingly, though it has flourished in all the sugar colonies of France, has been little cultivated in any of those of England, except for the market of the colonies themselves

    8. This included mining firms, prospectors, logistical firms, refining operations, support operations and anyone else who lived and worked in the vicinity

    9. The key, however, lies in public and private investment in alternative, more cost efficient (non-fossil) sources of energy presently available in the marketplace that require research, refining, sensible planning and extensive implementation

    10. With the invention and refining of ever more

    11. who causes shame, and shall have part of the inheritance among the brethren; the refining pot is for silver, and the furnace for gold,

    12. They are instituted to stop our refining oil

    13. It is frustrating to realize that we have oil and the capability of mining it and refining it and yet we import two thirds of our needs

    14. In fact, at one point, the price of oil was so low “that the wooden barrel was worth almost twice as much as its contents”!4 It is true that there was chaos in the production and refining of oil, and that price stability was obtained, but at what cost?

    15. His prose needs some refining though,”

    16. And it is that in this art of the investigation, as in any other art, it is needed the refining of certain skills and special workmanship, only provided by the expertise of an exclusive dedication

    17. Mind in a whirl of inadequacy, headache, self-reproach… I spent the day in bed, dehydrating, starving, unable to sleep, delirious with self-recrimination, refining plans for suicide

    18. After my high school education I actually have thought about refining my art knowledge through a higher study, but I didn’t go through with it

    19. Adopting the hacking term, they began refining

    20. Perhaps the boss didn’t consider what the drilling and refining of oil was doing to the environment

    21. 5 Co-Created action plan and refining results

    22. Perhaps it was based on years in the FBI of refining an intuition of the evil within people

    23. Refining and Chemical Co

    24. But whenever you are refining your keywords, it is

    25. Both the oil refining and electric generating processes produce a great amount of air pollution and other toxic waste products

    26. refining foods takes many of these key players out of the equation when it comes to

    27. Where conjunction natives rely on immediate, knee-jerk responses – or immediate dismissal of ideas to oblivion (once they’ve decided something, their minds are made up forever); elongation natives rely on continual self-analysis, sifting and refining their thinking, over and over and over and over

    28. The test of fire is meant to be a final refining process and not a process of destruction

    29. The minerals that are removed from salt in the refining process have been known to be sold to vitamin manufacturers, who in turn sell them back to us in a form that is not easily digested

    30. 10:13), nor allow us to remain in the furnace of suffering one moment beyond the time that is required for our refining

    31. She then continued, “Breakfast menu complete, we then set about refining our daytime menu as we wanted to change the whole look and feel

    32. The value added by the refining sector has also dropped from 1990 levels, with a fall of 40 per cent from 1990 to 1991, a slight fall between 1991 and 1992 and modest increases since then

    33. Of this 68% came from the electricity and gas industries, 26% came from coke ovens, oil refining and nuclear fuel production

    34. smaller refining units in the UK

    35. At the end of 1998, Shell Haven represented around 5 per cent of UK crude distillation capacity, and its closure is therefore unlikely to have a significant impact on the UK refining industry

    36. To shape it in accordance with the requirements of yagya is the act of refining and adorning

    37. Realizing he was done introducing her, Norah took his place up front, already refining her pitch, shifting from training to instinct

    38. After that we might ask: why should we love our neighbor, to what extent, and what is the purpose, meaning, and teleology of neighborly love? Within this context we are refining the definitions of love and neighbor in regards to each other

    39. And of course, with the leadership of America, the refining of uranium

    40. In history, it was known that North Korea was refining Uranium for

    41. refining her true, steady faith in Al’lah, so she did not fear

    42. She remembered the hours he’d spent whittling and refining every inch of her bedroom shelves and fireplace mantle

    43. Through our suffering there is a refining process that takes place where the dross is burnt out of us

    44. Anything labeled vegetable oil, soybean oil, corn oil, cottonseed oil, safflower oil, and even many canola oils have been damaged by this refining process

    45. He spent most of his spare time refining his weapons or simply retreating to his quarters and that damnable silence

    46. will in turn conjure up increasingly sorrowless hereafters, in an ever refining continuum

    47. to increasingly satisfying hereafters, in an ever refining continuum

    48. sources of inspiration, and templates for creating ever refining futures

    49. These first four stages of Patanjali's ashtanga yoga concentrate on refining

    50. Keep refining the practice; don't let it become a disaster

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    Synonyms for "refine"

    complicate elaborate rarify refine down fine-tune polish rectify perfect improve cultivate better clarify civilise civilize edify filter cleanse strain sift process purge

    "refine" definitions

    improve or perfect by pruning or polishing

    make more complex, intricate, or richer

    treat or prepare so as to put in a usable condition

    reduce to a fine, unmixed, or pure state; separate from extraneous matter or cleanse from impurities

    attenuate or reduce in vigor, strength, or intensity by polishing or purifying

    make more precise or increase the discriminatory powers of