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castor oil artist

n. a medical doctor. This two-bit castor oil artist tried to get me to lose weight.
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And there's the castors, sister Deane, I can't think but you'd like to have the castors, for I've heard you say they're pretty.
Tulliver had in her hands a small tray, on which she had placed her silver teapot, a specimen teacup and saucer, the castors, and sugar-tongs.
The union brought in a tutor, and through one-on-one tutoring, Castor learned to read.
NSS-7 is an ideal fit, as it is a high-powered satellite that offers comprehensive coverage over Southern Africa with cross connectivity into Europe and complements Castor Networks' iDirect Ku-band coverage over Africa," said Edwin Cras, Managing Director of Castor Networks.
Throughout the event, Castor & Pollux experts will be providing tips and advice on organic pet foods as well as answering live questions from pet parents.
Dennis She, President and CEO of ET Solar, said: "We're very glad to introduce Castor to the market.
Castor oil is natural oil obtained from the seed of the castor plant.
As the leading worldwide supplier of castor oil, hydrogenated castor oil and castor derivative products, Vertellus Performance Materials Inc.
Ricin poisonings are rare in people--fewer than 1,000 cases have ever been reported--and they usually result from accidental ingestion of castor seeds.
The college's security force - six full-time officers assisted by four who work part time - acquired a moveable tower and placed it in various parking lots, where an officer using binoculars stood watch, Castor said.
It is thought that equipment found in a flat in Wood Green, North London, on Sunday could have been used to make ricin out of castor beans, possibly for a terrorist attack.
Urban districts have it especially difficult in part given the greater number of students, larger class sizes, higher percentage of students from lower-income homes, and larger bureaucratic administrations, Castor and other experts say.
Castor oil is also used in paints, coatings, plastics, antifungal compounds, shampoo, and cosmetics.
It will increase Kenrick's share of the castor market and also expand its product range.
DiVault recently introduced a cloud service for digital archiving built on CAStor that enables massive scalability and future-proof accessibility of unstructured data.