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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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The ability to create a new trust and merge the old trust may be a remedy for trust revision in the absence of decanting or modification.
Twenty-one states have adopted trust decanting statutes.
Estate planning advisers have spent considerable time elevating decanting from a potential strategy for clients seeking to fix a broken trust to a routine solution for trusts that have grown problematic due to changed circumstances.
The process of decanting is going on in Bagh Sardaran, Kashmiri Bazaar, Railway Road, Pir Wadhai, Asghar Mall, Dhok Dalal, Raja Bazaar and other areas.
A result which no other decanting pourer on the market can match.
At the Orange Base Hospital, during the planning of constructing a new hospital, the responsibilities of the Project Company regarding decanting of patients were clearly written from the start of the project.
Careful decanting will give you a good-looking and clean-tasting wine with none of those slightly sandy bits that can seS t your teeth on edge.
Decanting is an important but often misunderstood part of good wine service, and understanding the reasons why wine is decanted helps with its application.
The reworked redevelopment includes the addition of a critically important helipad, a temporary structure to facilitate the new on-site decanting plan, and a new hyperbaric chamber.
Ramana Police arrested Shafique for decanting gas in cylinders illegally.
Kohsar police arrested accused Ejaz involved in decanting gas in cylinders illegally.
14 /PRNewswire/ -- Whether you bought a bottle of Cabernet at the local grocery store or are dusting off a vintage Pinot Noir, decanting wine is becoming a popular home entertaining ritual used by the everyday novice to the serious wine connoisseur.