What is liquor?

  • (noun): A liquid substance that is a solution (or emulsion or suspension) used or obtained in an industrial process.
    Example: "Waste liquors"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on liquor:

Sushil Kumar (wrestler) - Commercial Endorsements
... "I didn’t want to be associated with a liquor brand in any form as it would send a wrong signal to the youth ... money." - Sushil Kumar explaining reason for refusing a liquor ad. 50 lakh (US$86,000) to appear in a Surrogate ad for a leading liquor brand ...
Liquor Licensing Board Of Hong Kong
... Liquor Licensing Board of Hong Kong is the licensing body of the sale of alcohol in Hong Kong ... Commodities Ordinance, Cap 109 Dutible Commodities (Liquor) Regulations ...
Liquor (novel)
... Liquor is Poppy Z ... Brite's first novel in the liquor novels, which revolves around the two young chefs Rickey and G-man, their restaurant and their life in New Orleans ...
Sulfite Process - Processes Involved in Sulfite Pulping - Chemical Recovery
... The spent cooking liquor from sulfite pulping is usually called brown liquor, but the terms red liquor, thick liquor and sulfite liquor are also used (compared to black liquor in the kraft process) ... The extracted brown liquor is concentrated, in multiple effect evaporators ... The concentrated brown liquor can be burned in the recovery boiler to generate steam and recover the inorganic chemicals for reuse in the pulping process or it can be neutralized to recover the useful byproducts ...
Chinese Liquor Making Sites
... Various locations of liquor making in the People's Republic of China served to facilitate some local cultural forms into flourishing, such as literature, calligraphy and music ... The collection of liquor making locations is being considered to be put on the World Heritage list of sites who have "outstanding universal value" to the world ...

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Famous quotes containing the word liquor:

    What it comes down to is this: the grocer, the butcher, the baker, the merchant, the landlord, the druggist, the liquor dealer, the policeman, the doctor, the city father and the politician—these are the people who make money out of prostitution, these are the real reapers of the wages of sin.
    Polly Adler (1900–1962)

    I believe that the miseries consequent on the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors are so great as imperiously to command the attention of all dedicated lives; and that while the abolition of American slavery was numerically first, the abolition of the liquor traffic is not morally second.
    Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (1844–1911)

    The liquor of summer nights
    Accumulates in the bottom of the bottle.
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)