Prices for Venezuelan crude soared, decanting some $800 billion into the Bolivarian war chest over the next 13 years.
It is but decanting their feelings into another vessel, and they love it themselves!
Neither claret nor Burgundy is good the second day after decanting.
Besides, you can only make children in the decanting Centers.
We judged then that it must either be lost in decanting or remain in the first bottle.
We judged then, that it must either be lost in decanting, or remain in the first bottle.
By repeated washing with water and decanting a sufficient amount of the crystals was obtained for examination.
After decanting the water of the last washing, we dry the mass, and add a little powdered borax to it.
Yes, but if they keep producing new people in the decanting Centers, what good is that going to do?
I'll bet you believe all that stuff they feed you in the decanting Center about ancient history.
1630s, "pour off the clear liquid from a solution by gently tipping the vessel," originally an alchemical term, from French décanter, perhaps from Medieval Latin decanthare "to pour from the edge of a vessel," from de- + Medieval Latin canthus "corner, lip of a jug," from Latin cantus, canthus "iron rim around a carriage wheel." Related: Decanted; decanting.