lubricant : Definition, Usages, News and More

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loohb ruh kuhnt

  • n  a substance capable of reducing friction by making surfaces smooth or slippery

  • ANSS's first task has been to provide gel lubricants to gay men in Burundi, where in 2004, the government banned NGOs from sending the taboo lubricant there, leaving many men to .
  • In chemistry the Russians have pioneered in the preparation and use of blood plasma, in synthetic rubber, photochemistry, explosives, helium, winter lubricants for tanks and .
  • From Vacuum it will gain an excellent line of lubricants and a distributing system which extends to every State and country (save Russia).
News & Articles


  • Mike Jackson in USA Today
    The No. 1 issue in the economy and the No. 1 issue in our industry today is the credit crisis,says Mike Jackson, CEO of AutoNation, the country's largest auto dealer network. "It's the lubricant that drives the global economy. It's...
  • Ira Jackson in Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Now, they'll be able to have access to credit and capital,Jackson said. "The danger of not having a bailout is those groups would have been denied access to credit and capital, which is the lubricant of our system - the necessary...
  • Vagit Alekperov in Kommersant
    We have discussed today the chance of committing the venture that produces additive compounds to implement the project of lubricant production,Alekperov said.

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