- v. present participle of distill.
“Remember that writing and editing are equal parts of a distillation process, and distilling is by nature about reducing the volume and increasing the quality.”
“They believe in distilling all the ideas they have for their clients into one word.”
“The Armenians and Jews of Cabool have, therefore, fled to other lands, as they had no means of support but in distilling spirits and wine.”
“The art is in distilling it without loosing the meaning, and as you rightly say, putting it in the audiences terms.”
“It was natural, though, to use Rupf's great expertise in distilling fruits.”
“The method used consisted in distilling under very pure hydrogen the amalgam of radium formed by the electrolysis of a chloride solution using a mercury cathode.”
“Nature has a fresher draught, of her own distilling, that is more to his tasting.”
“Charcoal for gunpowder must be made by what is termed the distilling process; that is, the wood must be heated in iron retorts to the proper degree, to have it of the best quality and free from sand or grit.”
“So when we hit upon the idea of distilling the collective wisdom of the Ars forums into an article on virtualization for a broader audience, the first thing we thought of was, "let's ask everyone to share their biggest virtualization deployment mistakes.”
“It gets a medium rating for distilling, which is good enough, although it's early days on the quality front.”
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