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oiliness

[′ȯi·lē·nəs]
(engineering)
The effect of a lubricant to reduce friction between two solid surfaces in contact; the effect is more than can be accounted for by viscosity alone.
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45) and rotlis (90p) were all very light, tasty and fresh: no oiliness at all.
Retinoids help reduce acne and oiliness, and reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and age spots.
Although the results provide "converging behavioral evidence for the conclusion that wrinkled fingers are rain treads, this could also be true for other reasons, such as stickiness properties or oiliness," says theoretical neurobiologist Mark Changizi of 2AI Labs in Boise, Idaho.
Storage intervals also significantly affect the sensory attributes such as colour, flavor, juiciness, tenderness, oiliness and overall quality.
A lemon rinse after shampoo helps to reduce oiliness," suggests beauty expert Shahnaz Husain.
The participants were then asked to rate their perceptions of the dressings' oiliness, fat content and creaminess on a scale anchored on the ends with "extremely low" and "extremely high.
In polyculture system, Cirrhinus mrigala was found to be significantly different with respect to sensory colour, tenderness, oiliness and over all acceptability in control than treated ponds.
Each person has a different type of body frame, degree of oiliness in the skin, sensitivity to pain and many more characteristics that can be understood by knowing a person's unique constitution.
This intensely pigmented liquid liner promises to stay put through sweating, oiliness and tears, and ensures that your peepers stay looking beautiful no matter the situation.
EW St Tropez SPF20 with tan enhancer, pounds 20 Light and easy to apply without a hint of oiliness, nothing's lacking with this suntan lotion.
Thing is, it's always those 'bad guys' that front up who come off worst, while villains like health secretary Andy Burnham wriggled off the hook with a few moments of well-oiled, well, oiliness.
The samples' crumbliness, springiness, stickiness, cohesiveness and oiliness attributes were evaluated by a trained panel of experts using a 1 to 15 anchored scale.