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  • solvent — solventless, adj. solvently, adv. /sol veuhnt/, adj. 1. able to pay all just debts. 2. having the power of dissolving; causing solution. n. 3. a substance that dissolves another to form a solution: Water is a solvent for sugar. 4. something that… …   Universalium

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  • solvent — I. adjective Etymology: Latin solvent , solvens, present participle of solvere to dissolve, pay Date: 1630 1. able to pay all legal debts < a solvent company > 2. that dissolves or can dissolve < solvent action of water > • solvently adverb …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • Cordite — La cordite est un explosif souvent appelé poudre sans fumée (bien qu il ne s agisse pas d une poudre). Il a l apparence d un plastique jaunâtre à brun. Il était généralement diffusé sous forme de fils, de spaghettis ou de plaquettes après… …   Wikipédia en Français

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