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  • n. Plural form of solid.


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  • The marvel is not greater that gas is able to sustain itself under the awful pressure with its particles in extreme dispersion, than that what we call solids should have their molecules in a mazy dance and yet keep their strength.

    Among the Forces

  • This study, however, appears to be the first to suggest that exclusive breastfeeding, in which the infants receive no other liquids or solids, is required to prevent infections.

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  • Rather like looking at bulk properties of electrons in solids and the activities of individual electrons (one is predictable one is rather not).

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  • If there was a distinction between spices in solids and liquids it was between luxury and necessity.

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  • I shoot copper solids from a rifled 870 and my 100yd groups look about like your five upper shots.

    Field & Stream

  • Distillation: The fermented mash, now called “beer,” will contain about 10% alcohol, as well as all the non-fermentable solids from the corn and the yeast cells.


  • A baby refusing to eat solids is incredibly stressful.

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  • I used 300 grain solids all the time with a heavy load.

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  • When Pumpkinpie was tiny, and about to start branching out in solids from her limited diet of rice gruel, her doctor recommended that I give her vegetables before fruits so she got used to them before tasting the sweeter delights of squished apples, peaches, and raspberries.

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  • - If you're using the sauce for something other than the seitan dish, use a strainer to separate the solids from the sauce.

    Archive 2006-09-01


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