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sublimate

Chem the material obtained when a substance is sublimed
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The forces of the unseen, of the spirit, may well be too subtle, too sublimated, for science to lay hold of, and recognize, and formulate.
Doctor Strong looked almost as rusty, to my thinking, as the tall iron rails and gates outside the house; and almost as stiff and heavy as the great stone urns that flanked them, and were set up, on the top of the red-brick wall, at regular distances all round the court, like sublimated skittles, for Time to play at.
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11 December 2017 - US-based mid-market investment bank Lincoln International represented US-based in-stock uniforms and custom sublimated garments maker Alleson Athletic Alleson Athletic in its sale to US-based athletic apparel and team uniforms manufacturer Badger Sportswear, the bank said.
In some cases, blocks sublimated so rapidly that they burrowed beneath the subsurface and were swallowed up by the sand in under 60 seconds.
The light/dark mottled pattern of Piri Planitia in the left inset is reflected in the composition map, with the lighter areas corresponding to areas richer in methane -- these may be remnants of methane that have not yet sublimated away entirely.
Indeed, for much of the last four years following the forced exit of the country's longtime dictator, Ben Ali, Tunisian society, its political and economic leaderships, as well as key actors in the security sector have all been living under a barely sublimated, deep-seated fear that the country is wholly unprepared to defend itself from the massive security breakdown that is enveloping the entire region and steadily eating away at Tunisia's own borders.
But Gikandi is a cultural critic, his strength the capacity to conduct what he calls "allegories of reading, explorations of the tropes and figures that often point, or lead, to sublimated connections" (p.
Kohn noted that "the film's four-hour running time "is sublimated into the storytelling so well that it's practically beside the point.
of New York, College at Buffalo) presents an insightful analysis of responses to mountaineering as either an experience of the sublime or a form of sublimated male aggression and imperialism, and ambivalence toward female climbers.
Our Judeo-Christian values, with which Dr Upton may be in accord, would be better served by preventing them from being watered down, and sublimated into a political correctness which views humour with abhorrence, and results in "freedom" being that some groups are "more equal" than others.
On the relatively somber title composition, the ensemble's passion is sublimated as devotional intensity and thus more transmuted than muted.