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Use "oleomargarine" in a sentence
"July 15, 1869: It's a hallowed day for butter substitutes, as French chemist Hippolyte Mege-Mouries patents a shiny spread he calls oleomargarine, after the Greek word for "pearl.""
"Plaxico Burress was playing as if he'd coated his hands in oleomargarine before sprinting onto the field."
"Before I leave oleomargarine and go on to some of our substitutions, may I remark that even the fact we are to enjoy oleomargarine is due to the actions of a substitute for Parliament."