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sweet oil

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(Cookery) another name for olive oil
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Noun1.sweet oil - mild vegetable oil when used as foodsweet oil - mild vegetable oil when used as food; especially olive or edible rape oil
vegetable oil, oil - any of a group of liquid edible fats that are obtained from plants
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Bishop, who had just now made a third with Bar and Ferdinand, but whose innocence had again cut him out of the subject and washed him in sweet oil, was seen to approach Lord Decimus and glide into conversation.
Meanwhile, refineries will continue to replace imports with domestically produced crude, eventually nearing the limits of the amount of light, sweet oil they can refine.
Crude oil, both conventional and new sweet oil being mined out of tighter rocks, is more than a mere commodity.
Among those most at risk from the US shale exports is Nigeria, which pumps similarly light, sweet oil.
producers to start exporting crude oil, lawmakers would further weaken OPEC's ability to impact prices and introduce a reliable supplier of sought-after light, sweet oil to the global market which will leave the U.
This should not be a problem in the long term as light, sweet oil is higher quality, cheaper to refine and therefore more attractive than heavy oil.
Underlining the fact that mature olives produce undesirable sweet oil, Caricato says, "Squeezing should happen when they haven't fully matured, the batch must have fruits of all colours and shades.
Crude production from the Bakken is poised to hit the 1 million b/d mark in 2014 and the growing production of the light, sweet oil has made it very attractively priced for refiners on both the East and West Coast.
light, sweet oil to customers in Nederland, Texas from a hub in Cushing, Oklahoma on early Wednesday.
They calculate that the elimination of all the stabilization facilities in Saudi Arabia would reduce exports by almost 75 percent, limiting Saudi exports to naturally sweet oil that lacks impurities and doesn't have to go through the stabilization facilities.
Glencore was awarded the largest share among Europe's trading majors, and will lift three cargoes of Libya's prized sweet oil per month.
Stewart describes these fault lines as a rich environment for foreign meddling by both neighboring nations and contending great powers--in particular China, which has a head start in capturing access to Libyan sweet oil.