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liquefied

mod. alcohol intoxicated. Ten beers and I am absolutely liquefied!
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Michael Faraday (see 1821) was the first to use cold and pressure in a systematic attempt to liquefy gases.
Similarly, the chemists found they could liquefy plastic with coal, also producing high-quality fuel.
The Lipo-Laser's non-invasive treatment is considered one of the most innovative methods to liquefy adipose tissue, and the demand for this type of treatment is expected to grow rapidly, not only in the plastic surgery profession, but in any clinical setting that treats obesity, such as spas and wellness centers.
The Trussville facilities have a total storage capacity of 408,400 Dth of gas, with the ability to vaporize 25,525 Dth/d and to liquefy at a net rate of 5,105 Dth/d.
The facility will liquefy up to sixteen million cubic feet of gas per day, and will be capable of storing three billion cubic feet of natural gas.