solation


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solation

[sə′lā·shən]
(physical chemistry)
The change of a substance from a gel to a sol.
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Hadi reviewed conditions Yemen has experienced since the eruption of the crisis early in 2011 in all economic, political and security areas, saying that the situation was very vulnerable, but the GCC-brokered Gulf initiative was arisen as an honorable solation to all parties.
Noir, We're all in this together, mates, Concorporeal, a mousy ovum In every dermatoplast, each in each One's own solitary cell, sentenced Sans paroles, moot, wordless, Up in a cloud of witlessness, Caught, all altogether now, now Recklessly redeemed, unclocked, Insecure in our unknowing yet Knock, knock, knocking, God Sped to where we're going, Never slowing, nowhere fast, fit And fettled, I knows what I knows, In indissoluble solation, toutefois, Nevertheless, however, doch, Ich das noch nicht sagen kann, You got that, that what all this has Been about, to speak that which Is unparseable, to parse that which Is unspeakable, with ineluctable Acceptance of things that go And then don't go, that come But do not stay, you say it For me, ja, oui, Mr.
atoms (ouch), raised opposing poles of i- solation, sacrificed