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Fort McMurray

: www.oilsands.alberta.ca about.html title Alberta's Oil Sands About the Oil Sands date 20100917111445 "Oil sands or tar sands? The oil sands contain a type of heavy oil called bitumen – oil similar in consistency to tar but chemically very different. Tar is a man-made substance produced from organic material, usually coal." are large deposits of bitumen or extremely heavy crude oil, located in northeastern Alberta, Canada - roughly centred


Peace River, Alberta

similarities with actual tar, "Oil sands or tar sands? The oil sands contain a type of heavy oil called bitumen – oil similar in consistency to tar but chemically very different. Tar is a man-made substance produced from organic material, usually coal." are large deposits of bitumen or extremely heavy crude oil, located


Jamaica

in an Inter-Colonial tournament (History of cricket in the West Indies to 1918) in 1928 29 but this was the only time that he surpassed fifty runs in an innings. The Moringa seeds yield 38–40% edible oil (called ben oil from the high concentration of behenic acid contained in the oil). The refined oil (Ben oil) is clear and odorless and resists rancidity (oxidation) at least as well as any other botanical oil. The seed cake remaining after oil extraction may be used


Indonesia

to handle one metric ton of vetiver roots. Total production increased in ten years from 20 to 60 tonnes annually, making it the largest producer in the world. © International Trade Centre, International Trade Forum - Issue 3 2001 The plant extracts vetiver oil by steam distillation. Another major operation in the field is the one owned by the Boucard family. Réunion is considered to produce the highest quality vetiver oil called "bourbon vetiver" with the next favorable


Greece

)) or Indian bay leaf also known as '''Malobathrum''' or '''Malabar leaf''', is the name used in classical and medieval texts for the leaf of the plant ''Cinnamomum tamala'' (sometimes given as ''Cinnamomum tejpata'') . In ancient Greece and Rome, the leaves were used to prepare a fragrant oil, called ''Oleum Malabathri'', and were therefore valuable. The leaves are mentioned in the 1st century Greek (Greek language) text '' Periplus Maris Erytraei


Canada

''' due to perceived similarities with actual tar, "Oil sands or tar sands? The oil sands contain a type of heavy oil called bitumen – oil similar in consistency to tar but chemically very different. Tar is a man-made substance produced from organic material, usually coal." are large deposits of bitumen or extremely heavy crude oil


Australia

Australian Biography Date scones, which contain chopped dried dates, can also be found in Australia. Another old style of cooking scones, generally in the colder months, is to deep-fry or deep pan-fry them in dripping or oil, called "puftaloons". The '''sugarbirds''' are a small family (family (biology)), '''Promeropidae''', of passerine birds which are restricted to southern


France

of Europe, and into America (Americas), Asia and Africa. They numbered about 14,000 members at the beginning of the 20th century and have over 2000 schools, and are the strongest Roman Catholic male order. Though not officially connected with the Jesuits, their organization and discipline are very similar. Perfume ''Acaci farnesiana'' flowers are distilled in the south of France to make an essential oil called '''Cassie''' which is used as a basis


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