10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ODORATE»
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A Medicinal Dispensatory: Containing the Whole Body of ...
That which is Ciwm- w. more odorate, fragrant, and tenuious, is the true
Cinnamon , which the odoratetree portends ; and it 'is dcsumed from the same
shryb rhatsmall Cane cornes of. But Cinnamon' is 'decerped from thb . trunk
whose bark is ...
The Hahnemannian Monthly
The resident (self-styled homoeopathic) physician was sent for, who
administered some " odorate " medicine, and, in addition, applied a spice- plaster
to the abdomen. The child evidently growing worse, the spice plaster was
changed to a ...
Ga/en observed that Pbu was an Odorate Root, like Main; in virtue. Pliny
observed that Cyperus was a Gladiolw bizlbzyli radice, and like the (_).lor of
Nardzm. Co/Yur Dulcis has a sweet Taste, and acrid; but the. The Decoction
oFAfli/'um was ...
A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts
Lucidity is the characteristic effect of light; but this is not lucid in phosphori, till
they are decomposing : and til so various bodies, while decompose ing, emit
odorate substances, which in their compound state had no odour. Now, the light
Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts
This cannot but indicate the decomposition of some particles of the fluid,
occasioned by an exce^s of density, from wliich light, fire, and an odorate
substance are disengaged : as when steam (to which from the beginning I have
compared by ...
Philosophical Transactions, Giving Some Accompt of the ...
Galen observed that Pbu was an Odorate Root, like Narditm m virtue. Pliny
observed that Cyperus was a Gladiolus bulbosa radicc, and like the Odor of-
Nardum. The Decoction of Asarum was greenish, with a strong smell of
Spikenard, and ...
John Martyn ((Londres)), James Allestry ((Londres)), Henry Oldenburg, 1704
A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, and the Arts
... may be destroyed by the combination of some of 'their principles with oxigen;
and muriatic acid gas renders sensible to the eye the particles' of ammonia,
which cease to be odorate the moment this acid combines with them in the open
Perfumery: Its Manufacture and Use ...
OF PEHFUMES. This chapter is divided into four paragraphs; the 1st, treating of
the compound odorate waters called essences, waters, extracts, and spirits,
though no difference between them either in their nature or results really exists ;
Campbell Morfit, Elisabeth Celnart, 1847
On the Study of Language: An Exposition of "[Epea ...
Noting power, ability, choice. Some soils put forth odorate flowers of themselves.
— Odorate flowers are the consequence or offspring ; soils, the cause. F 10.
Noting properties, qualities, or conditions. " Its (the eglantine's) OF
The philosophical works of Francis Bacon, with prefaces and ...
Whites are more in- odorate (for the most part) than flowers of the same kind
coloured ; as is found in single white violets, white roses, white gilly- flowers,
white stock-gilly-flowers, &c. We find also that blossoms of trees, that are white,
Francis Bacon, James Spedding, Robert Leslie Ellis, 1861
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