Sweet definition

Sweet is defined in Section 1.7.
Sweet crude from Reno, Sussex; "TSP" or "Tensleep" crude from Reno, Sussex and the local East Salt Creek lines; "U" or light "Sweet" crude from the Edgerton line; "BW" crude from local Salt Creek lines; and "Y" or heavy "Sour" crude on a local Salt Creek line, and batches it to the Casper tank farm. - Salt Creek Station Equipment. The Salt Creek Station includes pipelines, tanks, meters, measurement facilities, pumps, valves, scraper traps, fittings, connections and other appurtenances, including without limitation, the following:
Sweet is defined in Preamble.

Examples of Sweet in a sentence

Seed less than 76% pure live seed will not be approved.Common or Sweet SundangrassMinimum 76% pure live seed; maximum 1% total weed seed; maximum 2% total other crop seed; maximum 144 restricted noxious weed seed per pound.

Kellerhals, International and Domestic Arbitration in Switzerland (2nd edn, Sweet & Maxwell, Stämpfli Publishers Ltd 2010) 42, n 7.

Common or Sweet Sundangrass Minimum 76% pure live seed; maximum 1% total weed seed; maximum 2% total other crop seed; maximum 144 restricted noxious weed seed per pound.

Scott, University of Birmingham.Published by Sweet & Maxwell Ltd, 100 Avenue Road, London NW3 3PF.

Sweet Sudan Grass, German Millet or Browntop Millet shall be used in summer months and Rye Grain during the remainder of the year.

Sweet Home Chapter of Communities for a Great Oregon, 515 U.S. 687 (1995).

Butler, “The Sweet Smell of Acquisition Success,” U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, June 2011: 22-28.

Unfortunately, the evidence seems to indicate that the church has, to a large extent, become ineffective in taking part in the discussion with secular culture, frequently lacking intellectual respectability (Sweet 1994: 2).

Sweet & Maxwell Telephone: + 44 20 7393 7000Contributions published in this journal are not intended to, and do not represent, legal advice on the subject matter contained herein.

Sweet drinks and candy also contribute to weight problems, which may lead to other diseases, such as diabetes.


More Definitions of Sweet

Sweet crude from Belle Fourche Pipeline Company ("Belle Fourche") through their tank and Automatic Custody Transfer ("ACT") unit. - Edgerton Station Equipment. The Egderton Station includes pipelines, tanks, meters, measurement facilities, pumps, valves, scraper traps, fittings, connections and other appurtenances, including without limitation, the following:

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