Definitions for "OIL "
Any one of a great variety of unctuous combustible substances, more viscous than and not miscible with water; as, olive oil, whale oil, rock oil, etc. They are of animal, vegetable, or mineral origin and of varied composition, and they are variously used for food, for solvents, for anointing, lubrication, illumination, etc. By extension, any substance of an oily consistency; as, oil of vitriol.
To smear or rub over with oil; to lubricate with oil; to anoint with oil.
A liquid hydrocarbon. (see "Crude Oil")
Paint made of pigment mixed with oil that keeps the paint fluid for a period of time and then acts as a drying and hardening agent.
Refers to centuries-old oil-based painting medium. Pigment + oil medium.
A paint medium consisting of pigments suspended in drying oils, usually linseed. The oil keeps the paint fluid for a period of time and then acts as a drying and hardening agent. Oil paint is unsurpassed for textural variation, and for creating subtle effects with color.
(Ontology Inference Language or the Ontology Interchange Layer) - A declarative ontology language built on RDF. Often used in conjunction with DAML, and called DAML+OIL. See DAML, DARPA, and
Standard for defining ontologies.
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Prepared by mixing the herb, crushed or whole, with a botanical oil to extract the fat soluble components. Two parts of oil to one part of herb is the ideal ratio for many herbs. Use a high quality cold-pressed oil and be sure herbs are free of moisture. Usually allowed to steep for several days and then strained.
Canola Oil is a good choice for bodybuilders seeking an oil low in saturated far. It has a fat profile of eight grams monounsaturated, four grams polysaturated, and only one gram of saturated fat per tablespoon. Monounsaturated fat contains Omega-3 fatty acids. At high temperatures, canola oil releases free radicals and loses its Omega-3 benefits.
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Keywords:  azeite
Keywords:  lise, elton, sitcom, mayer, mayall
"Oil" was the second episode of British sitcom The Young Ones. It was written by Ben Elton, Rik Mayall and Lise Mayer, and directed by Paul Jackson. It was first aired on BBC2 on 16 November 1982.
Keywords:  vander, rinehart, jason, blake, debut
Oil is a Christian thrash metal band from Long Beach, California. The members are Ron Rinehart (vocals, ex Dark Angel), Blake Nelson (lead guitars) and Jason Vander Pal (drums). They released a self-titled debut album in 1997, a second album called Refine in 2000 and a live album Choice Cuts Off The Chopping Block in 2003.
seed crops- Primarily soybeans, peanuts, cottonseed, and flaxseed used for the production of oils for cooking, protein meals, and nonfood uses. Less common oil crops include sunflower, safflower, castor beans, and sesame.
Keywords:  booty
A substance made by prehistoric decay of organic matter, and currently used to produce many products, including fuels and plastics.
A fossil fuel formed underground over millions of years from the remains of tiny dead sea plants and animals that were buried on the ocean floor.
Material extracted in large quantities from below the earth's surface at increasingly difficult and inaccessible locations eg. the polar regions, under the sea etc., to be used up in equally large quantities to supply fuel for unnecessary air travel or converted into variously shaped indestructible plastic objects which are ultimately returned to a place beneath the earth's surface.
Needed to keep the hides of dragons and firelizards soft and supple. Dry, flaky hide can harm a dragon or firelizard that travels between. Apparently, dragons do not have sebaceous glands in their hide.
immersion objectives These objectives use an immersion oil between cover slip and lens to achieve a higher NA than is possible with dry objectives. They are corrected to yield the best results when looking through the thickness of a standard cover slip. (Focussing deeper into an aqueous specimen will cause spherical aberration).
Keywords:  xtr, chcs, inquiry, lab, menu
Lab Order Inquiry (CHCS-Lab menu XTR OIL)
Keywords:  wal, embed, usable, queues, persistent
OIL provides a queue API and implementation which is required by many server applications which store user requests permanently in order. With OIL, you can embed a persistent, random-accessible time) queues in your application very easily. The default implementation provides a WAL storage which is usable out-of-the box.
Common shorthand in emulsion technology referring to the water-insoluble phase of an emulsion. The oil phase may be a fluorocarbon, silicone, or wax, in addition to or instead of a conventional oil.
Keywords:  lane, hook, dress, curve, surface
(also CONDITIONER) A fluid put on top of a lane to protect the lane surface. Also affects the way a ball will curve or hook.
The lane conditioner applied to the lane surface.
The substance used to coat or dress the lanes.
(e.g. 10W-30):Engine oil comes in various ratings: SAE 5W-30, 10W-30, 10W-40, etc. For example, a 10W-30 rated oil will flow like a light SAE 10-weight oil at low temperatures. The "W" signifies that it is a "winter" rated oil. The "30" designation means that at engine operating temperatures, the oil will behave like a heavier SAE 30-weight oil. Low viscosity at colder temperature allows the oil to circulate more quickly and protect vital engine parts. Higher oil viscosity at elevated temperatures prevents direct metal-to-metal contact.
Today this is commonly referred to as a 'cruet'.  It is used for oil or vinegar. When a condiment set consists of 2 different sizes of cruets, the smaller size was designated as the 'oil' and the larger size was designated as the 'vinegar'.
Keywords:  ltd, india
Oil India Ltd
administer an oil or ointment to ; often in a religious ceremony of blessing
The mark of a well-humidified cigar. Even well-aged cigars secrete oil at 70 to 72 percent relative humidity, the level at which they should be stored.
Keywords:  pans, preservative, steel, burned, gold
The preservative coating which must be burned off steel gold pans before using.
Keywords:  rubbing, wooden, cover, surface
cover with oil, as if by rubbing; "oil the wooden surface"
Keywords:  click, structures
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