Re: "ox-gall"

From: Richard Knoppow ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 04/15/04-06:50:02 AM Z
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Subject: "ox-gall"

> Translating an old text has more than enough coal
printing, the word appears
> "OX-GALL" that translates you as "BILE OF OX."
> Can somebody explain the meaning of "ox-gall"?.
> What product can it be similar at the present time?.
> Thank you.
> Pardon for my English: text translated by computer
  AFAIK Ox Gall is just what it is translated to, purified
ox bile. It was used as a wetting agent in the same way as
Photo Flo.

Richard Knoppow
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Received on Thu Apr 15 06:50:16 2004

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