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Numerology information Kerosene:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Definition funny of Kerosene:
A fuel commonly used in lamps and heaters, derived and refined from petroleum.
Cary poured some kerosene into the heater and warmed the charming whorehouse.
A person who goes out and gets very drunk and returns only to play online computer games and annoy everyone with spam
Uh oh, it's getting late, we might get Kerosened
Songs about Kerosene:
Kerosene by Miranda Lambert from the Album Kerosene
Kerosene by Jetty Rae from the Album TuneCore Winter Showcase 2013 - Singer/Songwriter & Country
Kerosene by Crystal Castles from the Album (III)
Kerosene by Miranda Lambert from the Album 21 Country Hits
By The Glow Of The Kerosene Light by Once from the Album Row Upon Row of the People They Know
Kerosene [Explicit] by Big Black from the Album Atomizer [Explicit]
The Kerosene Dance by Eskimo Callboy from the Album Bury Me in Vegas
Books about Kerosene:
Aladdin Collectors Manual & Price Guide #22, Kerosene Mantle Lamps by J. W. Courter (Jan 31, 2006)
Oil Lamps II: Glass Kerosene Lamps by Catherine M. Thuro (Nov 1983)
Oil Lamps: The Kerosene Era in North America by Catherine Thuro (1976)
Oil Lamps: The Kerosene Era in North America by Catherine M. V. Thuro and Ken Bell (Aug 1992)
Kerosene by Jamella Hagen (Sep 30, 2011)
KEROSENE COWBOYS by Randy Arrington (Nov 16, 2009)
A Guide to Sandwich Glass, Kerosene Lamps and Accessories (The Glass Industry in Sandwich Series) by Raymond E. Barlow and Joan E. Kaiser (Mar 1997)
Wiki information Kerosene:
Kerosene is a combustible hydrocarbon liquid. The name is derived from Greek: κηρός meaning wax. The word "Kerosene" was registered as a trademark by Abraham Gesner in 1854, and for several years, only the North American Gas Light Company and the...
The kerosene lamp is a type of lighting device that uses kerosene as a fuel. Kerosene lamps have a wick or mantle as light source, protected by a glass chimney or globe; lamps may be used on a table, or hand-held lanterns may be used for portable...