black oil

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black oil

[¦blak ′ȯil]
(materials)
Low-grade, black petroleum oil used to lubricate slow-moving or rough-surfaced machinery where high-grade lubricants are impractical or too expensive.
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The deaths occurred on August 24, 2015 during a routine maintenance of the FV Oilean an Oir fishing trawler while it was docked in the Donegal port of Killybegs.
He asks, 'C'arson a bhitheadh sinn air deireadh air sluagh dhuthchannan eile ann an eolas no oilean 'sam bith?
But Manx written language uses the written V instead of the more traditional 'Mh' as is seen in this following example: 'Isle of Man' in Irish would be written Oilean Mhanainn or in Scottish Gaelic would be Eilean Mhanainn, but in Manx is actually written Ellan Vannin.
Faoiseamh a Gheobhadsa Seal beag gairid I measc mo dhaoine Ar oilean mara, Ag siul cois cladaigh Maidin is trathnona O Luan go Satharn Thiar ag baile.
Partnership - Motherwell College and MacDonald Hotels' Barony College and Lloyd Ltd' Oilean (Training and Nuture) LTD and Includem.
Cailleadh Clann na nGaedheal ina miltibh ar an Oilean so ar dteicheadh dhoibh o d[h]lighthibh na dtioranac[h] ngallda agus o ghorta trea[n]ach isna bliadhantaibh 1847-48.
Speaking to 400 people gathered on the island to commemorate the victims of 1847, she said, "Grosse Ile -- Oilean na nGael -- l'ile des irlandais -- is special.
Otherness is this play's theme, too - specifically so, since its characters are all trying to get to one Oilean Draiochta, the so-called Island of Otherness, Island of Mystery - and it is essential to Friel's method that these ecstatic bursts hover as a link between the pagan, the aesthetic and the transcendental making a nonsense of formal religion.
By Order of the Board Anna Hynes KG Invest Co-Ownership Limited Jan Duggan Blasket Island (Eco-Ventures) Limited Micheal O Coileain Amharchlann Corcadhuibhne Teoranta Jan Duggan Oilean Thiar Teoranta Oleg Verchoturov Dingle Tyres Limited
Joel Alama, from the Philippines, had been fighting for his life in hospital after raising the alarm about the incident on the Oilean an Oir trawler in Killybegs harbour in Donegal.
James Joyce, 27, from Inis Mor in the Aran Islands, died after being pulled from the hold of the trawler Oilean an Oir in Killybegs harbour in Donegal on Monday.