lamp oil


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lamp oil

see paraffin (2).
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s petroleum-based illuminant eventually dominated the lamp oil market.
Keep kerosene or lamp oil on hand as well as wicks.
Severe lung injury following aspiration of scented lamp oil.
We fill the potholes with lamp oil each night and torch them to call attention to the problem.
When Kier heard of the experiment, he began refining Rock Oil in a one-barrel whiskey still, converting the crude oil into lamp oil.
A further euro 3 million will meanwhile be set aside for the 80,000 Belgians who heat their homes using propane or lamp oil.
These substances range from salicylate preparations, such as Pepto-Bismol, Ben Gay ointment, and oil of wintergreen flavoring, to lamp oil, bug repellant, lighter fluid and other fuels, air freshener, spray deodorant, hair spray, cooking spray, and ethanol, said Dr.
My treatment consists of thoroughly wetting all the hair with what used to be called lamp oil (paraffin/kerosene) until it is dripping wet.
He admitted mixing up meths and lamp oil with salt and flour, and intending to set light to a room with a gas supply.
Liquid poisons--mouthwash, lotions, liquid laundry soap, drain openers, toilet bowl cleaners, rust removers, furniture polish, lighter fluid, liquid medicines, alcohol, antifreeze, windshield wiper solution, lamp oil, kerosene, turpentine, paint thinner, nail glue remover and primer.
Until the wonders of omega-3s became known, the bony, oily, basically inedible species was processed into fertilizer and lamp oil.