decant this wine for best results or leave for a couple more years.
decant period is an ideal time for things to go missing.
decant clean liquid and use again.
decant space to allow work to be carried out on Thorne ward.
decant site and work has started for the new school.
decant accommodation and decorated and carpeted them throughout.
decant back into the jug (for easier pouring) then duly pour into waiting teacups.
Allow the mixture to cool, then decant it through two or three layers of muslin into another beaker.
never decant your children from the offside into the road.
decant filling of medical oxygen cylinders.
This would necessitate the demolition of Leadon Bank at the outset and the decant of residents and staff offsite.
They're wonderful for carrying a small decant of your favorite fragrance and popping in a purse or gym bag.
If it is very tannic, then decant and allow to aerate.
If it isn't, then re-cork the bottle and decant for sediment right before serving.
Many wine professionals suggest that you decant EVERY bottle of red wine you open.
The lid of the oil bottle or jar has been designed so that the reeds can simply be pushed into the oil without the need to decant the oil to a separate container.
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