axle grease


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axle grease

[′ak·səl ‚grēs]
(materials)
A lubricating grease containing suspended lime particles and thickened with rosin soap.
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Two bearings treated with each of the following lubricants were tested: peanut oil, olive oil, motor oil, mineral oil, petrolatum wax, beeswax, axle grease, pork tallow.
Swansea-born Mervyn, 58, who also played for the British Lions, said he used axle grease, which he called speed oil, on his legs before a match.
With the cart they could carry his grandmother's tins of axle grease to the town market to sell.
Shamed aristocrat Lord Brocket said his axle grease is to stop creepy-crawlies from climbing up his legs.
The remaining oil, which is the consistency of axle grease, either evaporated, sunk or is being removed from sand from beach area along Vandenberg Air Force Base, officials said.
The inside back surface of each box has been lightly "painted" with axle grease (which turns out, in fact, to look a lot like yellowish-brown paint when pushed around in this way).
He ended up in Dyea, where he salvaged some rancid butter and sold it as axle grease.
Sullivan and Goss Saddlers (from Fort Benton) carries packages of Capitol Stock Food, Mica Axle Grease, and Prussian Worm Powder.
Blish-Mize is a private company founded in 1871 that originally started selling axle grease and horseshoes.
Trainer Ollie Bray knows what a good dog is, having trained Bypass Byway to win the Irish Derby and Axle Grease the Irish Oaks among many other top events and one can sense a touch of excitement in the normally placid Meathman as he discusses his new star.
Robbie Savage bit down hard in midfield, Bellamy dragged the Poles ragged down the flanks and Earnshaw squirmed around in the box like an eel covered in axle grease.
For starters, yesterday's yellow color and axle grease smell and feel is now a snowy white, silky smooth, quickly absorbing cream.