The black liquor fell with a gurgle and splash into cracked glasses.
The “black liquor,” as it is called, is then drained away from the rags, which are immediately subjected to a preliminary washing.
It is these ulmates that form the black liquor which oozes out from the manure-heap.
Then he scribbled on them with reeds dipped in a black liquor and gave them to his nurse to keep as useful books.
The drop fell, and, like a creaming pearl, melted into the black liquor.
In one of the tin cups Beatrice pressed the juice from the nightshade, obtaining perhaps a tablespoonful of black liquor.
The black liquor from the boilers is pumped through tubes heated externally by high-pressure steam.
The black liquor on evaporation yields a thick resinous mass, which is converted into carbonate of soda when burnt.