animal oil

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Noun1.Animal oil - any oil obtained from animal substancesanimal oil - any oil obtained from animal substances
drying oil - an oil that hardens in air due to oxidation and is often used as a paint or varnish base
animal material - material derived from animals
blubber - an insulating layer of fat under the skin of whales and other large marine mammals; used as a source of oil
Dippel's oil, bone oil - dark-colored ill-smelling oil obtained by carbonizing bone; used especially in sheep dips and in denaturing alcohol
bone oil - the liquid portion of bone fat; used as a lubricant and in leather manufacture
cod liver oil, cod-liver oil - an oil obtained from the livers of cod and similar fishes; taken orally as a source of vitamins A and D
lanolin, wool fat, wool grease - a yellow viscous animal oil extracted from wool; a mixture of fatty acids and esters; used in some ointments and cosmetics
fish oil, fish-liver oil - a fatty oil obtained from the livers of various fish
acylglycerol, glyceride - an ester of glycerol and fatty acids that occurs naturally as fats and fatty oils; "fresh fats contain glycerides of fatty acids and very little free acid"
goose grease - grease derived from geese
halibut-liver oil - a fatty oil from halibut livers that is used as a source of vitamin A
lard oil - oil consisting chiefly of olein that is expressed from lard and used especially as a lubricant, cutting oil or illuminant
menhaden oil - a fatty oil obtained from the menhaden fish and used in paint and ink and in treating leather
neat's-foot oil - a pale yellow oil made from the feet and legs of cattle; used as a dressing for leather
oil - a slippery or viscous liquid or liquefiable substance not miscible with water
oleo oil - obtained from beef fat; used in making margarine and soap and in lubrication
porpoise oil - a yellow fatty oil obtained from porpoises and used as a fine lubricant
dolphin oil - an unsaturated fatty oil obtained from dolphins and used as a fine lubricant
salmon oil - a fatty oil obtained from the wastes in canning salmon; used in making soap and dressing leather
sardine oil - oil obtained from sardines and used chiefly as a lubricant and in soap
seal oil - a pale yellow to red-brown fatty oil obtained from seal blubber; used in making soap and dressing leather and as a lubricant
shark oil, shark-liver oil - a fatty yellow to brown oil obtained from the livers of sharks; used for dressing leather and as a source of vitamin A
sperm oil - an animal oil found in the blubber of the sperm whale
tallow - obtained from suet and used in making soap, candles and lubricants
tallow oil - an animal oil obtained by pressing tallow; used as a lubricant
train oil, whale oil - a white to brown oil obtained from whale blubber; formerly used as an illuminant
wool oil - any oil used to oil wool before spinning
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On leather shoes, your repair shop will often use a product with a petroleum distillate as a carrier for carnuba wax or apply a natural animal oil conditioner.
The french fries are made with real potatoes and fried in vegetable oil, rather than animal oil.
Bio-based lubricants have also been analyzed from raw material perspective, with estimates for vegetable oil-based and animal oil based lubes.
Spin off products include fish meal which is made from the ground spine, skin and scales and is used in the pharmaceutical industry and to make animal oil.
You get six kilos of oil from each bird and you get a deep penetration into the skin with it because it is animal oil into animal skin.
consumer safes of fish and animal oil dietary supplements totaled $739 million, representing 18% growth in 2008.
He used some contaminated with animal oil and instead of getting red, he got purple and then blue.
The WWF said three globes the size of tennis balls wrapped in vinyl and covered with animal oil were found fastened to a tree.
Bio diesel can be produced from any vegetable (edible/non edible) or animal oil and fat.
The growing preference to CPO based oleo-chemical over oleochemicals from petrochemical and animal oil as a feedstock to produce shampoo, laundry, detergent and dish care products and more competitive price of CPO-based oleo-chemicals have boosted development of CPObased oleo-chemical industry.
A state meat inspector noticed some oil dripping out of a [slaughtered] steer--and it was not animal oil," Dailey recalls.