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lubricant

Sexology
Any material (e.g., gel, jelly or lotion) designed to reduced friction, which is used to aid sexual intercourse or masturbation.
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lubricant

Medtalk An oily or slippery substance to reduce friction Sexology An endogenous–eg, vaginal secretions, or exogenous–eg, K-Y jelly, substance that  facilitates coitus
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Adriaan De Kok, Area Business Manager of Lubricants Gulf and East Africa, Chevron, said:As a global company and a strategic player within GCC and Africa, Chevron is always on exceeding customer expectations by meeting the growing market demand for an environmentally friendly, and easy to use coolant."
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