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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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When decanting these fine powders, clouds of dust of a respirable size can form.
In this process, a detailed decanting pack was made available to all staff to inform them of the planned changes.
I recently tried decanting a lovely Do[+ or -]a Dominga old vines cabernet sauvignon/carmenere blend 2008 from Chile''s Vi[+ or -]a Casa Silva (Oddbins, pounds 5.99, abv 13.5%).
Decanting wine is not always necessary, but helps for most red wines, especially wines like Barolo and big Cabernet Sauvignons.
There are four basic reasons why decanting a bottle of wine is important, two that are obvious and two that are less so.
It has been suggested that if a decanting statute is not available, a particular state's common law may be used as the basis for decanting, assuming the original trust gives the trustee discretion to distribute principal, under the theory that such a power to distribute principal is the equivalent of a power of appointment allowing distributions in further trust.
First, many wine lovers use the term decanting interchangeably with aeration--bringing the wine into contact with oxygen.
Careful decanting over a candle flame is also the easiest way of ensuring any sediment that can occur with red wine is left behind in the bottle leaving the decanted wine perfectly clear.
FAISALABAD -- :The police arrested five persons on the charge of decanting LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) during past 24 hours.
ILLEGAL DECANTING: The Sabzi Mandi police on Sunday arrested 13 people for illegally decanting liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) during raids in different areas.
its illegal business in the city as illegal LPG decanting is going unchecked