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On principle I don't object to suine, oleo, or any of the objectionable articles.
Like the former, they owe the profound disorder of their digestive functions to the immoderate use of resins and oleo-resins.
It is a thick, viscid oleo-resin of a deep brown or black colour and a fragrant balsamic odour.
You've been right on the railroad question, on the oleo question, and the bank question.
A SPOIL OF OFFICEHAMLIN GARLAND
When oleo-phosphoric acid is boiled in water, it is resolved into a fluid neutral oil and phosphoric acid, which dissolves.
The oleo-farinaceous (nuts, &c.) are less wholesome and less easy of digestion than those purely farinaceous.
The oleo-resin, of a brown colour, obtained by incision from the trunk of Copaifera multijuga.
And we won't go up to the gallery; there is nothing but oleo-plugs and graphite-grease up there.
Still others yield oils or pitchy substances on distillation; these are known as "oleo-resins."
COMMERCIAL GEOGRAPHYJACQUES W. REDWAY
Copal is a term applied to oleo-resins soluble in turpentine, and used almost universally as varnishes.
COMMERCIAL GEOGRAPHYJACQUES W. REDWAY

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