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- v. Present participle of cask.
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To relieve overcrowding, the industry is already moving toward dry casking.
For the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to insist on accelerating the dry-casking process (at relatively low cost) means acknowledging there's a security problem.
It's called "dry casking" -- encasing the older rods in metal and separating them.
Lady Isabella, Miss Rutherfurd and myself were in one of them last night above an hour, when they were boiling to their height, and were very little incommoded by the heat, and much entertained by being shown the process of this great work from the first throwing the canes into the mill to the casking the sugar and rum.
Who does not desire to be hospitable to his friends, generous to the poor, liberal to all, munificent to his children, and to be himself free from the casking fear which poverty creates?
The two wineries are jointly using crush pads, processing tanks, bottling lines, and barrel storage and casking areas, the wine board announcement said.
Authorities say the other robbery occurred in October at an Arlington check-casking business.