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oleaginous

1. resembling or having the properties of oil
2. containing or producing oil
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When you emerge your hair and face will be similarly oleaginous. I had actually been planning to go for a hot-oil scalp treatment but I feel that I'm okay for now.
Oleaginous: (a) distastefully complimentary (b) vulnerable (c) personal problem (d) enabling 9.
The metal pipe kinks at right angles from the mouth to an anus, under which pool a few drops of inky, oleaginous liquid on the platform, where a phallus-handled auger augurs future evisceration.
Some of the food products proposed for exemption include unprocessed milk and Maize seed, meat and edible meat offals, Fish and crustaceans, oil seeds and oleaginous fruits, sugarcane, and muluscs.
Moreover, $312.5 million was spent on the import of coffee, tea, whiteners and spices, $908.9 million was spent on import of animal or vegetable fats, oils and cleavage products and $500.9 million was spent on import of oil seeds and oleaginous fruit.
Where Schwab is oleaginous and deferential, Yergin is probing and incisive.
Microorganisms such as oleaginous yeast have been found to accumulate large quantities of oil and can be utilized as alternative sources in oil production [2].
It was once urged, "Let Reagan be Reagan." Who, besides the oleaginous Sean Hannity, would say, "Let Trump be Trump"?
Sheikh Rashid's Awami Muslim League is a one-man show, while, about Mustafa Kamal's Pak Sarzameen Party, the following observation from Cyril Almeida sums it up beautifully: "That abomination of a no-name party cobbled together by the boys and fronted by the oleaginous ex-mayor isn't getting the kind of traction that was hoped for.
Rezanka, "Biotransformation of volatile fatty acids by oleaginous and non-oleaginous yeast species," Fems Yeast Research, vol.
Oleaginous yeasts are capable of accumulating over 20% of their cell mass as intracellular lipids and the production of microbiological lipids is defined as SCO (single cell oil) [1].
The most important items imported from Ethiopia are live animals, grains, oleaginous fruits, medical plants, and fodder.