These qualities are possessed by olive-oil soaps, either soft or hard.
One's European olive-oil, the other's American cotton-seed olive-oil.
Farming, horse-breeding, linen-weaving and the manufacture of olive-oil are the chief local industries.
Honey was used as sugar with us and olive-oil and cheese took the place of butter.
No doubt its original use had been to store water, wine, or olive-oil, but nowadays it was merely an ornament to the garden.
Fry in olive-oil with a chopped onion and a bean of garlic and serve on toast.
It consists of the acacia-blossoms in a certain stage of their development fried in olive-oil.
Colza-oil is yielded by rape-seed and olive-oil is extracted from ripe olives.
Just after rising take a tablespoonful of olive-oil and a cup of hot water.
Cocoanut-oil, lard-oil, and olive-oil have also been used in lighthouses.