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Of these occurrences the ozokerite of the island (now peninsula) of Cheleken, near Turkmenbashi, parts of the Himalayas in India The refined ozokerite or ceresine, which usually has a melting-point. — “Ozokerite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Edison Record composition number 871 was used Prior to December 1888, and the regular formula used, however after the natural waxes and was an aluminum based wax, much like the later waxes, except no sterate of soda, or parrifine, ceresine, or other tempering agent added. — “Talk:Edison Records - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
In 1883 a ceresine plant ("Strem") and in 1899 a superphosphate plant were established. The bishop of Kielce Augustyn Łosiński (1867–1937) founded a Roman Catholic parish in Strzemieszyce Wielkie in February 1911. From 1914 to 1918 the settlement came under Austrian occupation. — “Strzemieszyce Wielkie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org