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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishglycerinegly‧ce‧rine, glycerin /ˈɡlɪsərɪn/ noun [uncountable]  HCCa thick sweet transparent liquid made from fats and used in medicines, explosives, and foods
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glycerineLeaves have a citrus fragrance and glycerine beautifully, turning the colour of chamois leather.The rain was now pelting down, covering the windows with a coat of water as thick and opaque as glycerine.Pure & Simple's contains glycerine and it's ideal for sensitive skin, too.Be careful not to use too much glycerine or the colour will become too moist and sticky.Lascaux recommend that a tiny percentage of glycerine keeps the colour slightly moist.Stand stems at least 2in deep in a solution of 1 part glycerine dissolved in 2 parts boiling water.In addition, particularly if you are to have surgery, bring some glycerine suppositories.The dew-drop on a bullock's pizzle, thick glycerine, a limpid gum, swaying on the great dead thistle.
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