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Blackshirts forced their opponents to drink castor oil and other purgatives, and then sent them home, wrenching with pain and covered in their own feces.
Now, Hadjipanteli tints them herself every once in a while when her blonde hair starts to make an appearance, in addition to coating her whole orbital bone in castor oil nightly before bed.
Our pomades contain pure ingredients such as bentonite, which is mineral enriching for the hair, and hydrogenated castor oil, which works as a non-sticky wax to hold shape.
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Origin and Etymology of castor oil
First Known Use: 1746See Words from the same year
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Definition of castor oil for English Language Learners
: a thick oil made from a tropical plant and used in the past as a medicine
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