patio process

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patio process

[′pad·ē·ō ′prä·səs]
(metallurgy)
A crude chemical method of reducing silver from its ores, followed by amalgamation in low heaps with the aid of salt and copper sulfate.
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shredded mild or hot Mexican process cheese spread 2 teaspoons prepared drained capers 4 to 6 cherry tomatoes, halved Parsley or fresh cilantro (coriander) sprigs
And most foreign observers, allowed a peek into the Mexican process for the first time, report the voting was on the up and up.