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oleaginous

 [o″le-aj´ĭ-nus]
oily; greasy.

o·le·ag·i·nous

(ō'lē-aj'i-nŭs),
Oily or greasy.
[L. oleagineus, pertaining to olea, the olive tree]

oleaginous

/ole·ag·i·nous/ (o″le-aj´ĭ-nus) oily; greasy.

o·le·ag·i·nous

(ō'lē-aj'i-nŭs)
Oily or greasy.
[L. oleagineus, pertaining to olea, the olive tree]

o·le·ag·i·nous

(ō'lē-aj'i-nŭs)
Oily or greasy.
[L. oleagineus, pertaining to olea, the olive tree]

oleaginous

oily; greasy.
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It is important to note the high intake of Mono-unsaturated fats related to exclusive consumption of fresh cooked food, oleaginous fruits, high fat fruits such avocados, corn and sunflower oil, despite the small proportion of olive oil in fat and oils food group.
Lipid Turnover in Oleaginous yeasts, Journal of General Microbiology, 134: 339-346.
The dynamic of oleaginous plants was slightly oscillatory, but with a positive trend.
Known in the West as false flax, wild flax, linseed dodder, German sesame and Siberian oil-seed, camelina in the West is attracting big scientific interest for its oleaginous qualities.
Discussing Egypt's imports, the report mentioned that the country mainly imported grains, oleaginous fruits, medical plants, fodder, waste of food industry, and food for animals.
The oleaginous extract of the seeds also showed antinociceptive and anti-inflammatory properties, which were thought to be attributed to furane diterpene derivatives of vouacapan and non-vouacapan compounds (Coelho et al.
Oleaginous, lugubriously lipped recruiters, who would make even a snake-oil salesman blush, accused of charging sponsors a huge fee and then leaving the recruits to languish under the burden of reimbursing their huge "fees" to pay for their visas or return of passport, maids sometimes being assigned to Dickensian-style workhouse conditions and if in desperation, they run away, they enter the netherworld of being trapped in Bahrain.
The country has five crops that produce oleaginous plant material: palm oil, soy, sesame, peanuts and cotton, of which the one being promoted the most is palm, which is concentrated mainly in the South Atlantic Autonomous Region (RAAS).
Gelinas has Max's deceitful, oleaginous charm down pat from the get-go, sailing through the role with duplicitous dexterity.
Parker's oleaginous lauding of women's supposedly innate qualities serves its purpose, which is to reinforce gender stereotypes about "woman" and her supposed biological difference from the purportedly exemplary human being known as "man.
Pointless" precedes the 6pm news and is peppered with oily, oleaginous and sickening references to contestants being superb, excellent and other adjectives and descriptions of outstanding brilliance.
4 percent while imports of sugar syrups, natural honey increased by 531 percent, spices by 288 percent oil seeds and oleaginous fruits by 65.