finely pulverized

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  • Into the other place an equal amount of salt that has been finely pulverized. Cited from Physiology and Hygiene for Secondary Schools, by Francis Marion Walters
  • During the winter cut through the pile several times until the two are thoroughly mixed and finely pulverized. Cited from Agriculture for Beginners, by Burkett, Stevens and Hill
  • When black it is made of finely pulverized carbon, mixed with oil. Cited from What Philately Teaches, by John N. Luff
  • As the name suggests, the ball is made of beef that has been finely pulverized.
  • Coarse granulated carbon works better than finely pulverized carbon, and gives more even results. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 508, September 26, 1885, by Various
  • To this may be added the advantage of having these valuable substances in the best possible condition, so finely pulverized they are ready prepared for the use of plants. Cited from Guano, by Solon Robinson
  • As the name suggests, the food is balls made with prawn meat that has been finely pulverized.
  • The fillet is made of fish that has been finely pulverized.
  • The soil at first is very fine, finely pulverized, brownish as we proceeded onwards, becoming more and more sandy. Cited from Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, . . ., by William Griffith
  • In fact, clay represents the most finely pulverized and most highly decomposed and hence in a measure the most valuable portion of the soil. Cited from Dry-Farming, by John A. Widtsoe
  • They may thus be left, until the young shoots have grown, say six inches; then fill up with finely pulverized soil or leaf-mould. Cited from The Cultivation of The Native Grape, by George Husmann
  • Another method is to get boxes of finely pulverized sand or soil and carefully plant in it fifty or one hundred seeds of each kind to be tested. Cited from The First Book of Farming, by Charles L. Goodrich
  • The seed is sometimes sown broadcast; the soil being first finely pulverized, and raked smooth and even. Cited from The Field and Garden Vegetables of America, by Fearing Burr
  • Those which the artists intend to color black are allowed to remain and another application of fuel, finely pulverized, is made, completely covering and smothering the fire. Cited from Illustrated Catalogue...Indians of New Mexico & Arizona, by Stevenson
  • Put the yolks into a basin and beat them to a smooth cream with half a pound of finely pulverized sugar. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 315, January 14, 1882, by Various
  • The sugar must be ground, or very finely pulverized, in a pestle and mortar. Cited from Enquire Within Upon Everything, by Anonymous
  • The finely pulverized rock was brought down in the irrigation water and spread out upon the fields in a thick layer, almost impervious to the growth of vegetation. Cited from Mormon Settlement in Arizona,byJames H. McClintock
  • Finely pulverized clay mixed with Spanish brown, makes lilac. Cited from Practical Suggestions for Mother, Marion M. Miller
  • The preparation on the market is a finely pulverized precipitate in two forms, one a powder and the other a paste. Cited from Apple Growing, by M. C. Burritt
  • The material of these is a fine sandy clay, tempered with a large percentage of finely pulverized mica. Cited from Collections Made During the Field Season of 1881, by William H. Holmes
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