Correct spelling for DESTILLATION
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They were now bound to share the desolation of their masters.
Making a turn in the road they saw a bright light in the distance which marked their destination.
Jest as josiah finished this remark arvilly read out a thrillin' editorial about the war between russia and japan; the editor commented on the wickedness of men plungin' two great empires into warfare, slaughterin' thousands and thousands of men, bringin' ontold wretchedness, distress, pestilence and destitution just to gratify ambition or angry passion.
If a poor technical grade is used, the yields will not be more than 60-75 per cent of the theoretical, whereas consistent results of about 85 per cent or more were always obtained when a product was used that boiled over 10'0. the technical benzyl chloride at hand yielded on distillation about 8 per cent of high-boiling material; a technical grade from another source was of unusual purity and boiled over a 2'0 range for the most part.
The wild asters were blooming, and sweet and subtile distillations of the autumnal growths were diffused on the air. the deer are but ill at road-making,-such tangled coverts, such clifty ledges, such wild leaps; for now the path threaded the jagged verge of precipices.