They were deglycerolized by alternately centrifuging and mixing. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Verb (used without object) : Day alternates with night. ,He alternates between hope and despair. ,My sister and I alternated in doing the dishes. From Dictionary.com.
Adjective : Winter and summer are alternate seasons. ,alternate acts of kindness. ,Read only the alternate lines. ,The alternate route is more scenic. ,petals alternate with sepals. From Dictionary.com.
He gives his title alternately as “Minister of Truth and Enlightenment” and “First Piece of Meat.”. From Wordnik.com. [FLY FISHING WITH DARTH VADER] Reference
Or, alternately, is it possible that our history is an essential element of our culture, of us as individuals?. From Wordnik.com. [Waldo Jaquith - Allen, Goode and Hargrove (oh my!)] Reference
The Arabs use the same word alternately for mountain or desert. From Wordnik.com. [A Dweller in Mesopotamia Being the Adventures of an Official Artist in the Garden of Eden] Reference
To the prince he wrote in terms alternately flattering and complaining. From Wordnik.com. [Paul Jones] Reference
This is Saffron's special class for women over 45 -- which Saphira calls alternately her. From Wordnik.com. Reference
The sword alternately enslaved and disenthralled Thebes and Athens, Sparta, Syracuse, and Corinth. From Wordnik.com. [The American Union Speaker] Reference
Amazon, Maria, has from beginning to end a flavor of Byron, and recalls alternately "the Corsair" and "Lara.". From Wordnik.com. [Essays on Scandinavian Literature] Reference
Balsley Associates and opened in 1998 sits a 2009 extension of the park, called alternately Queens West (Stage II). From Wordnik.com. [A Daily Dose of Architecture] Reference
Smith failed several field sobriety tests and was described as alternately rambling incoherently and staring blankly ahead. From Wordnik.com. [The Sheboygan Press Latest Headlines]
I just -- I kind of alternately have one that says, wow, markets are really up and the other one that, markets were way down. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Sep 2, 2007] Reference
She has alternately craved anonymity and attention. From Wordnik.com. [Roe V. Roe] Reference
The new masculinist literature is alternately defensive or pitying. From Wordnik.com. [Power, Sex And A Big Tv] Reference
Compared to them, Rembrandt looks alternately crude and overworked. From Wordnik.com. [Real Deal Rembrandt] Reference
She casts the king as a mercurial figure, alternately kind and cruel. From Wordnik.com. [The Royal Treatment] Reference
Publicly, Powell is alternately amused and appalled by the news media. From Wordnik.com. [Can Colin Powell Save America?] Reference
Cohen was alternately pensive and frustrated as he fretted about Siberia. From Wordnik.com. [Snow Domes and Crystal Balls] Reference
He was alternately made to sit on a chair and on the ground during the questioning. From Wordnik.com. [‘I Wanted Democracy’] Reference
Clark is alternately dismissive, defensive and slightly bewildered by such carping. From Wordnik.com. [Politics: The Water Walker] Reference
We alternately asked, "Are we there yet?" and "Why do we have to look at this stuff?". From Wordnik.com. ['Vacation Almost Killed Me'] Reference
The audience of modern Muslims alternately groaned and laughed, gripped by the ancient saga. From Wordnik.com. [The Story Of Muhammad Told Anew] Reference
It is the central deity of London, the "Old Father" who is alternately reverenced and cursed. From Wordnik.com. [In Praise Of London's 'Old Father'] Reference
G wie Goulash serves nothing but its namesake dish, alternately made from veal, venison, or horse. From Wordnik.com. [Berlin’s Hidden Gems] Reference
Not bad training for Tony, who can be alternately touching and racist, honor-bound and philandering. From Wordnik.com. [He's The Boss] Reference
They cheered for their own men, and were alternately scornful and pitying of Dole's sometimes shaky performance. From Wordnik.com. [Mr. Smooth &Amp; Mr. Rough] Reference
Cuomo is alternately somber and relaxed, even a little giddy, as he tries out a new aria of schmaltzy campaign talk. From Wordnik.com. [The Cuomo Dilemma] Reference
Within months Marshall was alternately proposing to either marry Smith or adopt her, and their wedding took place in 1994. From Wordnik.com. [Battling For A Billion] Reference
But the mountain lion (alternately called cougar, puma and panther) has also been questionably served by environmentalists. From Wordnik.com. [Predators On The Prowl] Reference
It's funny that people will alternately write how strong our position is and question whether we're relevant to the future. From Wordnik.com. ['We Took Our Best Shot'] Reference
The movie, like the book, offers a series of set pieces -- alternately bewitching and monotonous -- instead of a real story. From Wordnik.com. [A Feast Of Rats, Blood And Wild Rice] Reference
Morrison's little truths, alternately angry and pious, make "Hymns to the Silence" his best album since 1979's "Into the Music.". From Wordnik.com. [Rock Against The Clock] Reference
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