the European pine marten.
the fur of this animal.
On the day he received the money for it he had brought her home a fur set of baum marten.
Gigolo Edna Ferber
Antoine, 1728–1804, French chemist and inventor. pertaining to, noting, or calibrated according to a Baumé scale. Historical Examples This instrument is precisely similar in construction to those of Twaddle and baume. A Practical Handbook on the Distillation of Alcohol from Farm Products F. B. Wright Yet it was to the Ste. baume that Muriel had […]
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a scale for use with a hydrometer, calibrated in such manner that the specific gravity of a given liquid may be easily computed. noun a scale for calibrating hydrometers used for measuring the specific gravity of liquids. 1 degree Baumé is equal to 144.3((s–1)/s), where s is specific gravity Baumé scale n. A hydrometer scale […]
Willi [vil-ee] /ˈvɪl i/ (Show IPA), 1889–1955, German painter. Contemporary Examples In Willpower, Baumeister and Tierney convincingly describe another addendum: willpower depends on glucose as an energy source. How to Learn Self-Control Jamie Holmes August 27, 2011 In 1998, Baumeister co-published a paper suggesting that self-control decisions drew on some limited resource. How to Learn […]
noun Alexander Gottlieb. 1714–62, German philosopher, noted for his pioneering work on aesthetics, a term that he originated Historical Examples She bribed baumgarten, who with his Germans had fought since the rout with Hawkwood. Florence and Northern Tuscany with Genoa Edward Hutton Place, the little Village of baumgarten; day, 27th February, 1741. History of Friedrich […]