undistilled

undistilled

(ˌʌndɪˈstɪld)
adj
(Chemistry) not distilled
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Hence, it's no surprise that the celebrations for Eid are marked by a sharing of the special occasion by over 142 nationalities that call the UAE home, where they work and play and live in a state of what can be called pure and undistilled harmony.
The President's scathing remarks and colorful expletives were meant to endear him to the masses, but the rest of the country thinks his behavior and undistilled remarks are grossly unpresidential and crude.
"When he went to take his vows, the undistilled awe and love for her is what we normally see at royal weddings in very tiny glances - but we got the full force of it with this one, which is what made it unique and very touching."
One can perceive only the raw, undistilled extreme experience and try not to interpret or make sense of it, thereby fulfilling a physicalist requirement concerning meaning.
If pure, undistilled Trumpism is a dud in a deep-red state, perhaps Republicans will conclude it is a failed political philosophy for the country at large.
The police recovered bet money including cash , 8 television sets, one laptop, 167 pistols, 31 guns, 17 rifles, 9 Kalashnikovs, 3 carbines, one revolver, one dagger, a number of bullets/cartridges, 91.726 kilograms chars, 1.444 kg heroin, 1.035 kg opium, 1.2 kg poppy dust (post), 4170 litres liquor and 180 litres undistilled wine from their possession.The teams unearthed three distilleries during this period, he added.
In the fractional, unguarded space between withdrawing her attention and resuming her work, like the moment when you can suddenly see what someone looked like as a child, Matt glimpses Jessica's authentic, undistilled self.
Being fruit based undistilled beverage wine retains all the minerals and vitamins.
(24) While the ancestors of today's Vietnamese may have been drinking undistilled beers and wines for thousands of years, distilling is a historically recent technology that was probably first used to make concentrated liquors in East and Southeast Asia starting around the 1300s.
In 400 B.C., Hippocrates found that natural, undistilled (raw) apple cider vinegar is a powerful healing and cleansing agent because it has natural antibiotic and antiseptic properties.
The sheer strength of the big battalions means Cheltenham perhaps lacks the romance of old when small trainers would rise from their quiet fields and shake the foundations of the great with their own moments of undistilled glory.