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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of naphtha.
“The broad main street, in which Aph-Lin dwelt, expanded into a vast square, in which were placed the College of Sages and all the public offices; a magnificent fountain of the luminous fluid which I call naptha (I am ignorant of its real nature) in the centre.”
“Be it as it may, this, he tells us, is the place where that fiery matter called naptha issued: from whence, undoubtedly, the place had its name.”
“BPD= Barrels Per Day Sold worldwide, all petroleum products such as naptha and aviation fuel, in thousands.”
“They have insisted on importing liquid ammonia, a basic raw material, rather than using indigenous naptha which is abundantly available.”
“Once warmed by the pump-up "naptha" lantern and the gasoline hotplate, it would become”
“From the crude oil thus distilled there will be produced something like 10,000,000 gallons of refined burning oil annually, besides crude solid paraffin, and other products, such as naptha and lubricating oils.”
“Until quite recently, the Nome city dump was simply fascinating; every kind of steam, diesel, naptha, and gasoline engine known to man, all sorts of industrial electrical equipment, huge gold dredges, all sorts of stuff left over from the WWII base out there from which Soviet flyers took off with Lend-Lease planes, Now its pretty much all gone.”
“Everclear works just as good as naptha by the way!!”
“I still have a large collection of zippos from dayz gone by, but I would'nt think of carring a poket of naptha now days though, much easier to have s bic.”
“Processing ethane into chemicals is 50% cheaper than using crude oil-derived naptha and its availability has made U.S. petrochemical companies the envy of overseas competitors.”
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