embalming fluid


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embalming fluid

n. strong liquor; raw whiskey. Bartender, pour out this embalming fluid and get me your best.
See also: embalm
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Cases have emerged in America of date-rapes involving women being given cigarettes soaked in embalming fluid.
Channel 4 had argued the ads gave the impression they were promoting cosmetics and idea of selling wound filler and embalming fluid was clearly a parody.
It is also used in jet fuels, rubber petroleum products, transformer oil and embalming fluid.
Using a hand pump, the embalming fluid was pumped through the arterial system of the body as blood was displaced through an incision at the neck or upper thigh.
Laced with ethanol, embalming fluid or battery acid to give it more kick, this substance is regularly blamed for causing blindness and death when the criminal syndicates behind the trade mix it wrongly.
What career professional would use embalming fluid.
A sweet smell, which has been identified as embalming fluid, is always present when Zozzaby puts in an appearance, and sometimes a green aura has been seen around the creepy clown.
Excessive formaldehyde vapor in the working area can be caused by a work environment that facilitates the spillage of formalin; poor condition of cadavers, which causes embalming fluid to leak; a high formaldehyde concentration in the air (>0.
When the war ended, the practice of embalming did not, due in part to the fact that chemical companies, which manufactured embalming fluid, also founded the nation's first mortuary schools.
The first recovery ship to reach the site found so many bodies littering the water that they ran out of embalming fluid and decided to focus only on upper class remains.
Half of what they spend money on is because they think they have to because it's required by law--mainly caskets and embalming fluid.
The wicker casket the family wanted, the request to not use embalming fluid, the desire for a burial without the typical concrete lining in the plot - all proved to be stumbling blocks, Caldwell said.
Formaldehyde is an efficient cellular preservative useful in a variety of industrial settings, most notably, in its use as an embalming fluid.