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Between the administration's budget, and its lubricious impulse to monetize everything, if the glaciers disappear, the naming rights to Exxon-Mobil National Park and Energy Terminal will bring in millions.
It can be used on damp or dry hair, is totally pillow-safe, and thanks to its ultra-light, lubricious formula, won't weight hair down.
Spoiler alert: The lubricious details are absent from the narrative flow.
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Origin and Etymology of lubricious
Medieval Latin lubricus, from Latin, slippery, easily led astray
First Known Use: 1535See Words from the same year
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