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Categories: Scottish inventions, All Wikipedia articles written in American English, Alkanes, History of the petroleum industry, Oils
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coal oil  kerosene  kerosine  lamp oil  28 second heating oil
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A flammable hydrocarbon oil used as fuel in lamps and heaters WordNet 3.0
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Coal oil is a shale oil obtained from the destructive distillation of cannel coal, mineral wax, or bituminous shale, once used widely for illumination. Wikipedia
Kerosene, paraffin, or lamp oil is a combustible hydrocarbon liquid which is derived from petroleum. Wikipedia
A fuel that is also known as paraffin Wikipedia Disambiguation
Combustible hydrocarbon liquid Wikidata
A thin oil distilled from petroleum or shale oil, used as a fuel for heating and cooking, in lamps, and as a denaturant for alcohol. OmegaWiki
Kerosene or any unspecified lower grade derivative of crude petroleum. Wiktionary
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