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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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Police said that during continued drive against the use of substandard LPG gas cylinders in vehicles and illegal decanting, the police conducted raids at different shops and arrested 7 people.
A police spokesman said here on Tuesday that police raided illegal LPG refilling points and arrested Akram from Faizabad, Nauman from Qaim Sain Darbar Area, Umar Hayat from Khadija Hospital area, Azam from Samana bridge area and Qasim from chak 75-GB red handed while decanting gas.
Witnesses told police that the blast occurred when the shopkeeper was decanting gas without taking protective measures.
Several half-hearted campaigns were launched in the past to prevent the sale of petroleum and decanting of liquid petroleum gas on the roadside but this illegal practice could not be prevented mainly due to the negligence of the concerned officials.
For complete retrieval of decanted TNT from unserviceable munitions, decanting process was carried out.
Essentially, decanting a trust means distributing the property from an old trust into a new trust (with new and presumably more favorable trust terms) for one or more of the old trust beneficiaries.
They are sturdy enough to withstand air pressure, which is important because the last thing you need is all your decanting work going to waste.
39) If the criteria for decanting can be met, it is often the easier and simpler method to modify an irrevocable trust.
One final note: The decanting may entail significant expenses and bad feelings among beneficiaries who stand to lose their inheritance -- in which case the trust may not be completely irrevocable.
Trusts--Trustee's Decanting Power Derived from Irrevocable Trust Language--Morse v.
New Milestone has been reached with the expansion of the Panama Canal at the Pacific Side, with the decanting of more than two million cubic metres of concrete.
Under the trust decanting technique, the assets of the original, or distributing, trust are transferred to a new, or receiving, trust.