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thawed

1. Warmed up, especially after feeling very cold. After for being out in that frigid weather for so long, I'm looking forward to getting thawed by the fire at my grandparents' house. I gave him a large glass of whiskey to help him feel a bit thawed.
2. obsolete slang Drunk. A number of gentlemen in the committee were decidedly thawed after such copious amounts of wine were passed around.
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thawed

mod. alcohol intoxicated. Tad is sort of soppy, you might say, thawed.
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Firstly, the frozen tofu was thawed under DC electric field with multiple needles-to-plate electrode at different voltages.
Thus, they further suggested that improved color stability of aged/frozen/thawed meat compared to frozen/ thawed only meat might be attributed to the decrease in mitochondrial respiratory enzyme activities through a sufficient aging prior to freezing [2], A further study to confirm this postulation would be warranted.
The purpose of this study was to determine if varying the temperatures at which cryopreserved embryos are thawed affects the rate of post-thaw blastocyst development.
We postulated that, without the transport carrier, the air would simply have deflected off the front of the tube, and the back of the tube would not have thawed as quickly.
Thawed samples were tested using thromboelastography (TEG) and routine coagulation tests.
When the water drains away through the thawed soil, a vacuum is created in the larger soil pores and an inflow of oxygen-rich air moves in.
When the same latex sample was first fast-frozen under high pressure in liquid nitrogen and then thawed slowly overnight, polymer particles were coagulated, as seen in Figure 5B.
Traditional methods of egg freezing have not worked well because the cells are too large and when the egg is thawed it is damaged by the ice crystals.
At least that's what the novice producers of mockumentary "Never Been Thawed" are hoping.
* Spinach really should be thawed prior to cooking.
Samples were frozen at -20[degrees]C for four hours, then thawed in a 40[degrees]C water bath for 20 minutes.
WE are constantly being reminded not to re-freeze meat once it's been thawed from frozen.
Each time, so the theory goes, ice covered all of Earth for about 10 million years, until carbon dioxide from volcanoes accumulated and created a greenhouse effect that thawed the planet.
When the dry yeast is mixed with side materials in preparing dough and the dough is frozen and stored for a certain period of time and thereafter thawed, it still maintains its good baking capabilities.
4) indicated that the quantiy of PEPCase protein was also severly decreased in the thawed tissue.