[ US /ˈɑɫiə, oʊˈɫi/ ]
  1. evergreen trees and shrubs having oily one-seeded fruits
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  • To avoid abrasions most all Scandinavian operators use some kind of oleaginous substance. Massage and the Original Swedish Movements
  • The book is full of scientific observations of creatures such as the sea speckle, the red poison needle, the oleander, the bluebottle or coral. From the Mouth of the Whale by Sjón - review
  • The use of a ViewModel here makes it much easier to create a view that can display a Customer object and allow for things like an "unselected" state of a Boolean property. MSDN Magazine: RSS Feed
  • I'm not going to name our guests, because I don't want them to be associated with this place, and because a man whom I assume was the owner made such an oleaginous, starstruck fool of himself.
  • In the processes generally known as bioleaching, stress-hardy bacteria, which can get all their nutrient requirements from the air and the minerals to be leached, are typically employed to oxidise ores to a more soluble state.
  • According to Huntington (1933), the term “Boolean algebra” was introduced by Sheffer (1913) in the paper where he showed that one could give a five-equation axiomatization of Boolean algebra using the single fundamental operation of joint exclusion, now known as the Sheffer stroke. The Algebra of Logic Tradition
  • For example, the cis double bond at the centre of the fatty chain in erucamide and oleamide appears vital for slip performance.
  • Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford 'Ram of Amun' at Oxford University's Ashmolean Museum In the current financial climate, it is a real coup to have completed this £5 million project, which comes two years after the big renovation of the museum in 2009. More Beauty in Oxford
  • This leads directly to the garden room with its thriving oleander, banana plant and mature vine.
  • For these two are no longer categories in an existential phenomenology of Attention or Tyrolean woodcraft but fully amortised within the evident detritus of the Second World War, constantly alluded to in The White Stones.
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