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am·a·rine

(am'ă-rin),
A name applied to various bitter principles derived from plants, especially to a poisonous substance, 2,4,5-triphenylimidazoline, obtained from oil of bitter almond.
[L. amarus, bitter]

benzole

(1) An unrefined coal tar derivative which contains benzene and toluene.
(2) Benzene, see there.
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Les retired from the sea eight years ago after 40 years as amarine engineer.
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AMARINE was killed fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan yesterday.
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