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liq·ue·fy

also liq·ui·fy (lĭk′wə-fī′)
v. liq·ue·fied, liq·ue·fy·ing, liq·ue·fies also liq·ui·fied or liq·ui·fy·ing or liq·ui·fies
v.tr.
To cause to become liquid, especially:
a. To melt (a solid) by heating.
b. To condense (a gas) by cooling.
v.intr.
To become liquid.

[Middle English liquefien, from Old French liquefier, from Latin liquefacere : liquēre, to be liquid + facere, to make; see fact.]

liq′ue·fi′a·ble adj.
liq′ue·fi′er n.
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Modernising existing cooling plant and adapting it to current needs is a cost-efficient and ecologically purposeful way of increasing efficiency, e.g., by reconditioning the compressor, optimising the liquefier or retrofitting a heat-recovery system.
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as a blood liquefier. The low number of drugs and uses in this category contrasts with the importance of phytotherapeutics for cardiovascular diseases today and may reflect epidemiological shifts and differences in nosologies and disease etiologies.
Je ne suis pas un ascete hindou, je ne suis pas pret a me liquefier comme une poupee de sel, comme disent les mystiques hindous, dans une mer de delices ou une mer de joies.
[12] Home-based use of LOX has become more practical with introduction of commercially available home liquefier. It uses concentrator gas and refrigerates it to a liquid state.
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The electronics employ surface-mount components that are optimised for mass manufacture, while the liquefier and motors use a fraction of the energy required by most 3D printers.
The platform will consist of up to five liquefiers with a production capacity of 86,000 gallons/day of LNG liquefier and a total on-site storage of 1.5 million gallons of LNG.
Additionally, SCIPIG will construct a new 900 tons per day air separation unit (ASU), an integrated liquefier as well as extend its pipeline network in the chemical industry park.