He drank two-thirds of it himself; I think that he would have drunk it all had not his thirst been slaked
; but when he had done he gave what was left to his mother, and she finished it.
Tarzan went to the brook first, and slaked
When the wrath of the hater of the unrighteous was not slaked
even in blood, and yet found favour?'
Having worked at Jarndyce and Jarndyce like a galley slave, I have slaked
my thirst for the law and satisfied myself that I shouldn't like it.
But metaphor, however poetic, never slaked
a dry throat.
"White quartzose sand," Paul rattled off, "sodic carbonate, slaked
lime, cutlet, manganese peroxide--there you have it, the finest French plate glass, made by the great St.
my thirst at the brook, and then lying down, was overcome by sleep.
Here they eagerly slaked
their thirst; but, this being allayed, the calls of hunger became equally importunate.
"In addition to bricks and cellular concrete blocks, the plant produces porous concrete, quicklime and slaked
lime, as well as quartz sand," the source noted.
Between 2018 and 2023, total lime production is expected to top 380 million tons, according to CW Research's 2018 update of the Global Quicklime, Slaked
Lime and Hydraulic Lime Market Report.
Add the slaked
cornflour to the meat and return to the boil to cook out flour and thicken the gravy.
Thin slices of the nut, either natural or processed, may be mixed with a variety of substances including slaked
lime (calcium hydroxide) and spices such as cardamom, coconut and saffron.