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#79289 - 08/30/02 04:28 PM lixiviate
"Laboratory scale tests by the previous owner showed the
amenability of the main ore deposits to a mild alkaline lixiviate. ...
My dictionary gives "bleach", but in usage above it means "leachate"=solution
obtained by leaching. Cognates are leak, lye, Lat. lix. Bleach = "be-leach",
with blanch=whiten. Liquid is also cognate.
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