lard oil

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oil consisting chiefly of olein that is expressed from lard and used especially as a lubricant, cutting oil or illuminant

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The bride is a territory sales manager with Lard Oil Company and the groom is a sales representative with RSC Equipment Rental.
Supply of lard oil Tender no: 1622/201 Description: The scope of work includes supply of 1800 kilograms of lard oil.
Those products receiving full and immediate liberalisation upon the deal coming into force will include groundnut oil, soya oil, rape-seed or colza oils, lard oil, oleo-oil, wool grease, and tallow oil.
The display carried rushlight candles used in the 1700s; whale oil and lard oil lamps used from 1820 to 1830; burning fluid lamps used from 1840 to 1850, and kerosene lamps used through the late 1800s.
A century ago, light was generated by burning lard oil from pigs.