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It consists of the following: One part epsom salts, two parts glycerine, and three parts soap suds.
Glycerine and soapy water, equal parts, may be introduced into the bowel for temporary relief of a persistent constipation.
The tracing is done by means of a special form of style giving indelible curves through the medium of colored glycerine.
The two manufactures, however, which seem to lead in the demand for glycerine are of nitro-glycerine and of oleomargarine.
The substances commonly employed are glycerine, wood alcohol, or a saturated solution of calcium chloride.Aviation Engines|Victor Wilfred Pag