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  • What we have here is a de facto, but invisible, tax on the people I call Solvent Seniors -

    The Seattle Times

  • What we have here is a de facto, but invisible, tax on the people I call Solvent Seniors - or anyone else who isn't broke.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • Solute is the Solvent is the substance substance in which dissolved in the solute is the solution. dissolved When sugar, a solute and water a solvent are mixed, a water sugar solution is formed.

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  • Temporary Administrators Say Jackson Estate is Financially 'Solvent'

    ETonline - Breaking News

  • Court Filings: Jackson Estate Will Be 'Solvent' Despite Debts

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  • Solvent but illiquid borrowers will be forced into default as financing costs spin out of control.

    How to Save the Euro

  • Rain has improved in the past two-three days in major oilseed growing areas of Maharashtra and Gujarat, and sowing is likely to pick up now, said B.V. Mehta, executive director of the Solvent Extractors' Association of India.

    Monsoon Rains Cover Entire India

  • Solvent abuse, defined as the intentional inhalation of volatile organic chemicals for recreational use, is by no means a recent phenomenon.

    Freon Abuse

  • It was a pursuit like unto that of the Universal Solvent of the mediƦval alchemists.

    Chapter 5: The Philomaths

  • "Yes, I am aware of it and studying the matter," said B.V. Mehta, executive director of the Solvent Extractors' Association of India.

    India Looks Into Reports of Cargo Contamination

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