argol


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ar·gol

 (är′gôl′) also ar·gal (-gəl)
n.
Crude potassium bitartrate, a by-product of winemaking.

[Middle English argoile, from Anglo-Norman argoil, ultimately from Latin argilla, clay; see argil.]

argol

(ˈɑːɡɒl) or

argal

n
(Elements & Compounds) crude potassium hydrogentartrate, deposited as a crust on the sides of wine vats
[C14: from Anglo-French argoil, of unknown origin]

ar•gol

(ˈɑr gəl)

n.
a crude tartar produced as a by-product of grape fermentation and used in dyeing, in tartaric acid, and in fertilizers.
[1350–1400; Middle English argul, argoile < Anglo-French argoil « Latin argilla clay]
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The Argol answers that she has already done so without effect, and begins to relieve her mind about cheap German enamels for collar-bearings.
Contract notice: Sand transfer in the enclosure of the port of argol
Mae Carys yn deud bod angen mynd atyn nhw'n weddol aml er mwyn iddyn nhw ddod i arfer, ond argol, mae meddwl am fynd at y diawlied yn gwneud i mi ystyried estyn am 'flame-thrower' yn hytrach na megin wynt.
El romanticismo es la primera creacion colectiva organicamente europea, como no lo es ni el Renacimiento ni la Reforma", y desde ese romanticismo Gracq batalla por la novela, en un largo movimiento que hizo vacilar a Breton en su execracion del genero (rendido como quedo tras la lectura de En el castillo de Argol, en 1938) y a traves del brio polemico dirigido contra Paul Valery y Blanchot.