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globule

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishglobuleglob‧ule /ˈɡlɒbjuːl $ ˈɡlɑː-/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 AMOUNTa small drop of a liquid, or of a solid that has been melted 🔊 globules of fat
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globuleThe ice cubes will help to cool the soup and attract any fat globules.Homogenized milk has been mechanically treated to break fat globules into minute particles and disperse them throughout the milk.Isolating the fat globules of milk and patting them into butter is a technological procedure.Preliminary analysis at a London laboratory shows that it contains fatty globules of lipids and is organic, of animal origin.Some meteorites betray traces of proteinoid globules, the precursors of living cells.Fat in round globules like pebbles, hair-roots like grass, capillary loops and sweat glands like worm tunnels.tiny globules of mercury
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