Shuijingfang's Chinese white spirit
represents the excellence of Chengdu and is the exclusive white spirit
partner of the event.
To examine whether commercially available neem oil could be used as a wood preservative, we dissolved it in white spirit
, which is a common solvent for the timber treatment industry.
It was so effective, I might try white spirit
Now, in a letter distributed to a number of Tyneside bar owners, Stephen Savage, Newcastle City Council's director of regulatory services and public protection, wrote: "It has come to my attention that a number of licensed premises in the city are using a white spirit
, namely Tolstoy Imperial Spirit Drink, as a substitute for vodka.
Soju (also known as shochu) is a white spirit
comparable to vodka, the company says.
consumption is increasing across the world.
Morrisons yesterday recalled fresh Scottish salmon due to possible white spirit
AN ARSONIST tried to torch a family home by spraying white spirit
through a letterbox in Warwick.
Similarly for Lola, white spirit
exacerbates her self-destructive quest to become white, blonde, and pure.
Then Dad came to us and said we were going somewhere else to get some white spirit
For instance, in a previous study, about 65% of the white spirit
permeated out of a 1-mm-thick PE bottle in 6 months at 40[degrees]C .
In White Spirit
, 2001, the crowd has been painted with more detail than in the other works, in crisp, thin brushstrokes, while in Train Sit-in, 2003, the paint application is ranch looser: The figures in this dark, green-brownish painting stand or sit huddled around a window in what is apparently a train compartment; the chiaroscuro is faux Rembrandt, the composition resembles a male version of Delacroix's Femmes d'Alger, and the overall style is late Picasso on a very bad day, with a touch of Alzheimer's.