Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See oil and pulza-oil.

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Examples

  • It took an entire day to extract our seed-oil press from customs in Kabul — and would have taken longer but for the intervention of the brother of one of our members, who worked in the finance ministry.

    Scents & Sensibility

  • I learned a lot, for example, about the distributor for that seed-oil press: an elderly gentleman who, after an adventurous career in the petroleum industry, bought a ranch in Colorado, and then retired (again) home to Germany and the seed-oil business.

    Scents & Sensibility

  • It took an entire day to extract our seed-oil press from customs in Kabul — and would have taken longer but for the intervention of the brother of one of our members, who worked in the finance ministry.

    Scents & Sensibility

  • I learned a lot, for example, about the distributor for that seed-oil press: an elderly gentleman who, after an adventurous career in the petroleum industry, bought a ranch in Colorado, and then retired (again) home to Germany and the seed-oil business.

    Scents & Sensibility

  • I learned a lot, for example, about the distributor for that seed-oil press: an elderly gentleman who, after an adventurous career in the petroleum industry, bought a ranch in Colorado, and then retired (again) home to Germany and the seed-oil business.

    Scents & Sensibility

  • Inasmuch as the seed-oil works provide much of the support necessary for militia goods and supplies, the Council has strongly recommended that a company be dispatched to make sure that no ill comes to those works.

    Darkness

  • Across the table, Feran was mumbling to himself. " " a seed-oil works " all the idiocy " stupidity -

    Darkness

  • The militia has received word that a raid on the seed-oil works is highly likely.

    Darkness

  • First, they threaten to cut our supplies and pay, and now I get an order to take the entire company thirty vingts down the river road for three weeks to a hamlet no one's ever heard of " except us " because some trader's afraid that his precious seed-oil works may be threatened.

    Darkness

  • I thought they'd keep you wandering around Fiente for at least a month so that the majer could tell the Council how much the militia cared about its traders and their seed-oil works.

    Darkness

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