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  • verb Present participle of aerate.

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Examples

  • Despite the high falutin' language, "aerating" involves nothing more than sloshing the wort around, rolling the carboy on the kitchen floor for a few minutes.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Despite the high falutin' language, "aerating" involves nothing more than sloshing the wort around, rolling the carboy on the kitchen floor for a few minutes.

    Yeast

  • Using a Dust Alert, the trade name of the device, residents could be advised to vacate their homes and offices until the dust has cleared, or to take simple precautions such as aerating hazardous rooms.

    Israpundit

  • Using a Dust Alert, residents could be advised to vacate their homes and offices until the dust has cleared, or to take simple precautions such as aerating hazardous rooms in a flat, suggests Prof. Ben-Dor.

    English-writing Israeli-bloggers

  • That includes good, routine pruning; the application of chemicals (for insects or disease); cultural treatments such as aerating or mulching the soil, and correcting soil deficiencies. "

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  • The showerhead produces a non-aerating spray which means there is less temperature loss as compared to other styles of showerheads.

    Niagara Conservation 1.25 GPM Earth Massage Showerhead

  • The showerhead produces a non-aerating spray which means there is less temperature loss as compared to other styles of showerheads.

    7 posts from April 2009

  • Then he breaks the news that they will also need to rent specifically tailored machinery on a weekly basis to perform the necessary upkeep, like the greens mower, the heavy-duty roller, the aerating machine, and the lawn thatcher.

    Where Green's the Color of the Day

  • Below the earth were the tunnels of plowing and burrowing badgers, prairie dogs, black-footed ferrets, mice, foxes, skunks, marmots, thirteen-striped chipmunks and ground squirrels, their subterranean work loosening and aerating the soil, allowing rainfall and snowmelt to recharge the water table below.

    Bird Cloud

  • Below the earth were the tunnels of plowing and burrowing badgers, prairie dogs, black-footed ferrets, mice, foxes, skunks, marmots, thirteen-striped chipmunks and ground squirrels, their subterranean work loosening and aerating the soil, allowing rainfall and snowmelt to recharge the water table below.

    Bird Cloud

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