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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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There is a possibility that I might be able to use the 'auto drinker' as my design project in my final year and I am hoping to complete my year's work experience at Neater solutions.
Partly this is because of the further reading that it seems to require rather than doing for us; partly it is for lack of the clear narrative one expects of the book after the thesis, when the author recasts a neater, sweeter picture.
At NPE 2000, neater, cleaner options for feeding colorants were shown by M.
Concentrating its changes on the bib, the area that gets the most use and abuse, improvements include: beefed-up adjustable shoulder straps with stronger elastic that eliminates aggravating suspender "stretch"; new suspender hardware to "lock" the straps in place; and an improved design that gives the bib a higher back and a cleaner, neater appearance along the zipper and storm flap.
What neater comment for a lesbian history survey--a film genre with few throwbacks--than a drama about a fraternal heterosexual family unit made by a closeted gay male director in a homophobic European culture during an era when you could count the number of women filmmakers on your tits?
I would rather have its odd encounters and epiphanies than a neater journey and a pat conclusion.
One of the main stumbling blocks you'll find is staff's belief that it is quicker, easier, and neater to feed someone than to encourage them to feed themselves.
The vending stalls with their chaotic assortment of almost invariably imported goods--cigarettes (a bargain at about 50 cents for a pack of Marlboros), liquor bottles, Milky Way candy bars, crotchless lace panties, deodorant, canned pineapple, neon-colored plastic digital watches--are not only more numerous than last fall but also generally a bit more civilized: cleaner and neater, some sporting signs and logos and even occasional decorations such as Christmas-tree lights.
In particular, several researchers began to look again at phrase-structure grammars to see if they could come up with a theory that was mathematically neater and more tightly constrained than transformational theory.
For neater look on the house-facing side, stop dowels (without straps) are just 3 inches long.
TowerStar Pets' revolutionary Neater Feeder, the world's cleanest pet feeding system, to be distributed through Super-Dog's network of pet supply retailers
The runway model (who obviously didn't have a clutch to contend with) kept both hands plunged, which looked far neater and edgier.