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  • With oil prices so strong, the highest-cost naphtha-based plants produce ethylene for about $1,200 a ton, says Hassan Ahmed of Alembic Global Advisors.

    Dow Chemical Bets Big on Natural Gas

  • But Alembic also says Iranian plants built since 2005 have been delayed, on average, 18 to 24 months and run at 60% or less of capacity in their first two years of operation.

    Positive Chemical Reaction to Iran Sanctions

  • At ManyBooks. net: "The Alembic Plot" by Ann Wilson (1992).

    June 2008

  • Merely producing an Alembic bass and a Sunn amplification system 2,000 years ago would have been the greatest feat ever accomplished on this planet, by a substantial margin; the bass line, while sweet as can be, would have been nothing more than icing.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Sunday Song Lyric:

  • Other news: Paper Golem Press, the producer of Prime Codex and Alembic, will be doing their first solo author anthology next year, and that will be a Cat Rambo anthology.

    Cat Rambo

  • Inspired by Mr. Ellestad's stomp through the Savoy, Alembic has inaugurated monthly Savoy nights.

    Stomping Through the Savoy

  • Make the Gilroy Cocktail at home or, should you be in San Francisco on the last Tuesday of the month, go to the Alembic Bar on Haight Street.

    Stomping Through the Savoy

  • He _departed_ as poor as the last drops of an _Alembic_; for Riches are not poured on the _Adepts_ of this world.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 446, July 19, 1884

  • "Limbeck" _is used by Shakspeare for _ "Alembic;" _ and in the passage in Macbeth_, --

    Notes and Queries, Number 59, December 14, 1850

  • Arabic modifications of Greek terms Alchemy, Alembic (Al -),

    Arabian nights. English

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  • February 1, 2010