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 n.— «The ethanol made here is not only clean but also cheap—this is perhaps the first ethanol plant to achieve both. More important, it is an early demon stration of the great potential of biohols—liquid fuels derived from biomass for internal combustion engines.» —“My Big Biofuels Bet” by Vinod Khosla Wired Oct., 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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