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decant

To drain fuel from the lowest point of the fuel tank. This is normally done to check fuel for any impurities. Also called sumping.
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4 Mix the two liquids together and decant into a litre bottle.
The EFA have stated that should this situation arise, the EFA will not fund the decant and therefore Mount Pleasant Primary will be removed from the programme, leading to the loss of the new build replacement school.
In some statutes, such as those in place in New York and Delaware, the power to invade the first trust and decant to a second trust is described as the exercise of a limited power of appointment.
They differ from one another in terms of what powers the trustee must have in order to decant the trust assets.
Another needing a decant is the wonderful TAYLOR'S 'TERRA FEITA' 2001 VINTAGE (On offer at PS23, Majestic), named after the vineyard of its birth and can be enjoyed now - and boy was it enjoyed - or improves with age if you have more discipline than me.
A drop-in session for residents has been arranged for June 26, with a follow-up consultation session in early September to confirm the final decant plan with residents.
An additional counter will include a build-your-own breakfast bar, while consumers will also be able to decant gourmet oil and vinegar.
5) These included meeting with the relevant departments at least 12 months before the decant and ascertaining the specific requirements at all stages.
At Wine Fights Crime, ten wineries will decant a number of select vintages for guests accompanied by a tasting menu from ten local restaurants and music from a string quartet.
Dr Bruno Pollet, Nigel Weatherill, Lord Mayor Coun Michael Wilkes, Kevin Kendall Oliver Curnick, Roy Johnstone , Jon Preece Chris Gurney, Jamal Uddin, Steve Decant Alan Walton, Paul Anderson, David Book, Peter Slater Steve Rothberg, Paul Adcock, Rui Chen, Rob Thring
I mean, why buy something in a perfectly good packet and then decant it into something else?
The second reason to decant is the removal of sediment from an older wine.