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silo drippings

n. alcohol allegedly obtained at the base of a silo containing fermenting corn. The old-timer called his moonshine “silo drippings.”
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The constant tendency towards silo construction cost reduction results in the use of increasingly thinner metal sheets and profiles.
The colonel said, "Only a few countries in the world possess the technology to construct underground silos.
Burial C310: ajar burial containing a neonate, found adjacent to Silo 272 on its east (Figure 12).
Basic of this technology is from long years of experience and references on similar systems for pneumatic transport with pressure vessel conveyor, like silo similar size.
Additionally, Frazier Bulk provided an anti-segregation baffle above the silo outlet to prevent fines from accumulating and allow first-in, first-out flow from the silo.
Varying in size from 90 to 120sqm, the 84 apartments that wrap sinuously around the twin silos are arranged over eight floors.
With two days of work the inside of the silo top was set up with two chicken coops and seven rabbit cages.
Wiley wanted an explanation for the safety risk posed to students--particularly his 10-year-old granddaughter--who routinely inhale air contaminated with coal dust migrating from the silo.
168(h)(6), any partnership with an exempt entity as a partner and disproportionate allocations may have become subject to these loss disallowance rules, even though such partnerships have not entered into any leasing arrangements for their property and are not otherwise engaging in activities that implicate the concerns related to SILO transactions.
The Digital Silo HVOD process allows camcorder owners to convert home videos into broadcast-quality streaming media without having to purchase any hardware or software.
55pm last night after the blaze started in a silo used to store waste material.
These silos may include database servers (managed by DBAs), application servers (managed by application administrators), Web servers (managed by Web administrators), and network and infrastructure components (managed by network and system administrators).
A fuel storage silo at the Mie refuse-derived fuel power plant in Tado, Mie Prefecture -- the scene of two explosions in the past that killed two firefighters and injured five people -- burned for the second straight day on Friday, with firefighters unsure when the fire would subside.
The three were arrested after cutting through a fence and breaking into a Minuteman III missile silo in northern Colorado on Oct.