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Valeridine
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Valeridine: A base, C10H19N, produced by heating valeric aldehyde with ammonia. It is probably related to the conine alkaloids.
Valerin
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Valerin: A salt of valeric acid with glycerin, occurring in butter, dolphin oil., and forming an forming an oily liquid with a slightly unpleasant odor.
Valeritrine
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Valeritrine: A base, C15H27N, produced together with valeridine, which it resembles.
Valero
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Valero: American corporation headquartered in Texas, producer and distributor of refined petroleum products
Valero-
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Valero-: A combining form (also used adjectively) indicating derivation from, or relation to, valerian or some of its products, as valeric acid as in valerolactone, a col
Valerone
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Valerone: A ketone of valeric acid obtained as an oily liquid.
Valeryl
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Valeryl: The hypothetical radical C5H9O, regarded as the essential nucleus of certain valeric acid derivatives.
Valerylene
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Valerylene: A liquid hydrocarbon, C5H8 called also pentine.
Valet
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A male waiting servant a servant who attends on gentlemans person a body servant. (Man.) A kind of goad or stick with a point of iron. Valet de chambre ( Etym: [F.], a b
Valetudinarian
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A person of a weak or sickly constitution one who is seeking to recover health. Valetudinarians must live where they can command and scold. Swift. Of infirm health seeki
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