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neat

(of alcoholic drinks) without added water, lemonade, etc.; undiluted

neat

Descriptive of plaster or cement mixed without the addition of any material except water. See neat cement.
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Physical appearances of neat PBAT and the PBAT/PLA (70/30 w/w) composite films are displayed in Figure 2a and 2b, respectively.
y gig at 4, ng " Speaking ahead of an anniversary gig at Electric Brixton in London on May 24, Neat thanked Kanye West for keeping garage mainstream.
But they are being failed by agencies not talking to each other beforehand," Ms Neat added.
The HP Office jet 8040 and Neat software help streamline the home office, removing clutter and maximizing productivity.
As an added bonus, KT-825 achieves a 70% higher dielectric strength relative to neat PEEK.
The cut points established by Evenson and colleagues, (19) (most appropriate for children and adolescents (20)) were used to estimate time spent in sedentary ([less than or equal to] 100 counts/minute), NEAT (light; 101-2295 counts/minute), moderate (2296-4011 counts/minute), and vigorous ([greater than or equal to] 4012 counts/minute) activity.
Neat offers all-natural, gluten and soy-free meat-replacement products to consumers who are looking to reduce or eliminate meat in their diets without sacrificing their favorite recipes.
This major exhibition features new screen-prints by Neat, published by Peacock Visual Arts, and original works by many of the major artists with whom he has collaborated over 50 years.
Neat is the leading developer of digital filing systems for the small business and home markets.
Neat Foods will build a state-of-the-art food production plant equipped with machinery from Meyn Processing Technology, the Netherlands.
Neat Foods will also set up a state-of-the-art food production plant equipped with latest food production machinery.