antifreeze


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antifreeze

n. liquor; any legal or illegal alcohol. With enough antifreeze, I can stand the cold.

antifreezed

mod. alcohol intoxicated. He appears to be frozen even though he’s antifreezed.
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They believe he has been poisoned, possibly by antifreeze, and he is in a bad way.
Cats are thought to enjoy the sweet taste of the antifreeze, but it can quickly cause fatal kidney failure.
Colorless, odorless ethylene glycol in antifreeze is highly poisonous to dogs, cats and humans.
It is thought that this is due to an increased trend for the use of antifreeze in garden water features from which many cats drink freely.
A safer alternative is antifreeze with propylene glycol.
Most antifreeze products are 95 percent ethylene glycol, a potent alcohol that is readily absorbed once it is ingested.
Brewer, D-Barre, after his 8-pound wire-haired dachshund became fatally ill after lapping from a puddle that contained antifreeze near a Worcester dealership where Rev.
Antifreeze Recycling was established in 1996 with the purpose of providing waste glycol recycling services to the southeastern part of its home state.
11 October 2012 - US recycling technology specialist GlyEco Inc (OTCBB:GLYE) said today it had sealed a deal to take over South Dakota-based waste glycol recycling services provider Antifreeze Recycling Inc from its founder and owner Robert Kolhoff.
The combination antifreeze and battery tester, NSN 6630-00-105-1418, tests for freeze protection down to -50[degrees]F.
Food scientists also have discovered that foods treated with the antifreeze glycoproteins from ice fish become immunized against freezer burn, which is caused by ice crystals growing in food.
A PET cat is suspected of being poisoned with antifreeze.
PET owners are in shock after at least 15 cats and a dog from neighbouring streets died from ingesting antifreeze.
It received multiple calls related to poisonings, including a cat in Newport which died after being poisoned with antifreeze.
THE RSPCA is urging the public to be aware of the dangers posed to cats by antifreeze.