- v cause to become an emulsion; make into an emulsion
- v form into or become an emulsion
- Cottell reasoned that so powerful a tool could be used to emulsify materials that had been too tough to be broken down by his earlier invention.
- Why, he asked, did red beets emulsify so much more easily than anything else he's used in the kitchen.
- King Alexander, in a word, was attempting to re-emulsify two factions as mutually repellent as oil and water.
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- Style Files: Celebrity hair styles
Great Clips Hair Salon www.greatclips.com Styles: Bradley Cooper “messy faux hawk”: Use more of a matte to low shine finishing product (paste, cream, or fiber, for example). Using about a dime size, emulsify the product in your hand to equally …
March 12, 2014 - WGN TV Chicago