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sugar obtained from sugar cane, identical with that obtained from the sugar beet.
Compare sugar (def 1).
Historical Examples

Scientific American Supplement, No. 315, January 14, 1882 Various
Commercial Geography Jacques W. Redway
Commercial Geography Jacques W. Redway
Encyclopedia of Diet Eugene Christian
Commercial Geography Jacques W. Redway
The Philippine Agricultural Review Various
The Action of Medicines in the System Frederick William Headland
A Practical Handbook on the Distillation of Alcohol from Farm Products F. B. Wright
Commercial Geography Jacques W. Redway
The Handbook of Soap Manufacture W. H. Simmons

the sucrose obtained from sugar cane, which is identical to that obtained from sugar beet See also beet sugar
another name for sucrose


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