axle grease


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axle grease

A popular term for hardened, unprocessed palm oil that has been transformed into a substance used in food products, which has been fancifully likened to grease used on cars.
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Equally confrontationally, Nari Ward's humongous hearse covered in axle grease and nestled on a bed of discarded mufflers is parked right in front of the elevators, announcing a fairly raucous pageant that careens from Nancy Rubins' preposterous ceiling cloud of roped-together mattresses stuffed with cakes, to the psychedelic lunacy of Peter Saul and Alan Turner, to Nicole Eisenman's wall installation, which bumps and grinds into gear with a mind-boggling array of drawings and doodads and stuff.
Yes, I'm talking about mail such as the letter to your daughter that looked as if it might have come from the boy you banned from the house after you found out that he was the recording secretary of the local outlaw motorcycle gang-- that envelope that seemed to have axle grease smudges in the corner and showed indications of having been addressed by someone who thinks the word "street' begins with a c.
Back in 2003 Ollie Bray won the Irish Oaks with Axle Grease and on Friday he won the [euro]3,500 Puppy Derby Plate final with that bitch's son, Royal Scholar.
MARK Kay is up to his ears in axle grease and engine oil - and he's never been happier.
In one sense, the sole purpose of these works is to "house" grease: thick, brown-black, automotive axle grease that has a tendency to migrate and contaminate everything in its wake.
Axle Grease was similarly twice a finalist in the Irish Oaks, scoring at the second time of asking in 2003.
Residents in blocks of flats in School Drive and School Avenue in the Seaton area of Aberdeen have resorted to putting axle grease on their drainpipes.
Ironically, it was Ireland where Johnson first came to prominence through the exploits of One Yard, who finished third to Axle Grease in the 2003 Irish Oaks, before his involvement in the high-profile purchase of Hee Haws Barney by Terry and Jason Dawkins in 2005 ensured his name remained in the public eye.
There are as many engineering applications as there are new ideas, and the definition extends from working with axle grease to silicon chip technology.
Granddam Fees Chance, a prolific dam of such winners as Axle Grease (Irish Oaks) and Lodgeview Chance (Midland Gold Cup), both by Top Honcho, was half-sister to Some Picture (Slaneyside Hare-Spring Season), hero of the 1997 English Derby and sixth in the Irish version.
The EastEnder who plays mechanic Phil Mitchell, may have a Cockney accent as thick as a tub of axle grease, but he's half Scots and proud of it.
A son of Spiral Nikita and Oaks heroine Axle Grease, Royal Warrior has brilliant early pace and, being inside Gas Magee, he could grab the decisive advantage around the opening bend.