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“From our English Pines, if their stems be wounded, the oleo-resin known as Turpentine, can be procured.”
“Turpentine, which is used to thin out the paint and to make it dry more quickly.”
“Turpentine' is an excellent diuretic and antispasmodic; it is also a most effectual sweating blister and highly useful in strains.”
“A few Stems of Asparagus eaten, shall give our Urine a disagreeable Odour; and a Pill of Turpentine no bigger than a Pea, shall bestow on it the pleasing Smell of Violets.”
“John was sold to a business, A & J.R. Grist, a father and son "Turpentine Farm" business headquartered in Washington, Beaufort Co.,”
“Turpentine work in forests did not use this gang system.”
“Turpentine was obtained from the living tree by wounding the tree and collecting the resin in a cup cut in the base of the trunk.”
“Turpentine, on the other hand, is an example of a hydrocarbon that is not a petroleum distillate since it is made from pine oil.”
“Only to wake up the next morning to find something like ‘Goat, Chocolate, Turpentine.’”
“Brandy Carlisle, Turpentine One of my daughter's faves.”
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