cremor

cremor

(ˈkriːmɔː)
n
1. (Cookery) a thick creamy liquid
2. (Cookery) the scum which forms on top of a liquid
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Other manufacturers included Mole-Richardson and the French firm Cremor. Some dealers will strip back the original black or gun-metal grey paint to reveal the polished steel underneath.
Una publicacion de principios del siglo XX indicaba que "el acido tartarico tiene muchas aplicaciones; se emplea en el tinte y estampada de tejidos; en la fotografia; en medicina, ya en estado libre o en forma de emetico (tartrato de antimonio y potasio), de cremor tartaro, etc.
(8) "Pablo Rossi, calle Larga (antigua Barraca Parodi), Mendoza, compra cualquier cantidad de tartaro de toneles, cremor tartaro, limos, borras de vino, astas y colas de vacunos.
PENSIONER Bob Cremor is embarking on a marathon journey to raise funds for cancer research.
(23) See AWM, 3DRL/6850, item 100, letter Brock to Mackay, 11 January 1941; letter Godfrey to Brock, 8 January 1941, letter Walker to Brock, 8 January 1941, and letter Cremor to CRC 6 Div, 8 January 1941.