lubricant

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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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After exposing a lubricating fluid to bacteria for 21 days under prescribed test conditions, the test extracts are analyzed.
Traditionally, samples of hydraulic oils and lubricating fluids needed to be analysed in a laboratory before contamination levels could be accurately measured, requiring time, money and resources; now this can be done quickly, easily and accurately at the point of use.
The hydraulic oil or lubricating fluid being tested is passed through a light source and the shadow of any particle suspended in the fluid is measured by way of a voltage drop across a light sensitive diode.
THE foot is comprised of 26 bones and 19 muscles, interconnected at 30 joints and held together by a tough fibrous capsule of 115 ligaments and lubricating fluid.
However, Hirst was contacted by David Barrett, an orthopaedic surgeon and a senior lecturer in mechanical engineering at Southampton University, who is pioneering experiments into a joint lubricating fluid called Synvisc.