finely pulverized

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  • To six ounces of finely pulverized starch, add one fourth ounce of dry iodine. Cited from Handbook of American Daguerrotype, by Humphrey
  • Adobe is a kind of finely pulverized clay with a bond of considerable strength by mechanical cohesion. Cited from Houses of Aborigines, by Lewis H. Morgan
  • Or he ignites the peroxide along with finely pulverized ammonium sulphite; the mass must have a pure white color. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 441, June 14, 1884, by Various
  • In another field a man plowing and fertilizing for sweet potatoes had brought to the field and laid down in piles the finely pulverized dry compost. Cited from Farmers of Forty Centuries, by F. H. King
  • It will not do well in soil not deep and finely pulverized, but a row or two for home use can be had by digging and fining before sowing the seed. Cited from Home Vegetable Gardening, by F. P. Rockwell
  • Cart loads of finely pulverized earth compost were here moving to the fields in large numbers, being laid in single piles of five hundred to eight hundred pounds, forty to sixty feet apart. Cited from Farmers of Forty Centuries, by F. H. King
  • The application of finely pulverized earth compost to fields to be planted, and in some cases where the fields were already planted, continued general after leaving Shanhailkwan as it had been before. Cited from Farmers of Forty Centuries, by F. H. King
  • The seeds are sown in drills ten or twelve inches apart, and very thinly covered with finely pulverized loam. Cited from The Field and Garden Vegetables of America, by Fearing Burr
  • The ants led him to a tiny hole with a finely pulverized rim just at the edge of a sprawly cactus. Cited from Cow-Country, by B. M. Bower
  • To one quart of hydrate of lime add one quart of finely pulverized starch. Cited from Handbook of American Daguerrotype, by Humphrey
  • Then he brought in a man with a plough, who broke up the ground, turning the manure thoroughly in, and then harrowing it until the surface was as finely pulverized as if done with a rake. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 16, No. 96, October, 1865, by Various
  • The seeds of sweet-marjoram are very minute, and must be covered very thinly with soil finely pulverized; sow in April or May, when the ground is in the best condition. Cited from The Home Acre, by E. P. Roe
  • Let the nitrate of baryta be well dried and powdered; then add to it the other ingredients, all finely pulverized, and exceedingly well mixed and rubbed together. Cited from Home Pastimes; or Tableaux Vivants, by James H. Head
  • Otherwise the material is worked and reworked, with more water added if necessary, until it becomes a rich complete fertilizer, allowed to become dry and then finely pulverized, sometimes using stone rollers drawn over it by cattle, the donkey or by hand. Cited from Farmers of Forty Centuries, by F. H. King
  • It is whitened by passage through filters of finely pulverized charcoal. Cited from General Science, by Bertha M. Clark
  • It can easily be used in the Daguerreotype room by placing a little of the raw bean, finely pulverized, on an old plate, and roasting it over the spirit-lamp. Cited from Handbook of American Daguerrotype, by Humphrey
  • "Didn't Daddy Blake tell you that the ground must be plowed or chopped up, and then finely pulverized or smoothed, so the seeds would grow better?" Cited from Daddy Takes Us to the Garden, by Howard R. Garis
  • Next rake in, thoroughly, guano, or phosphate, or finely pulverized hen manure, and plant in rows four to six inches apart. Cited from Cabbages and Cauliflowers: How to Grow Them, James John Howard Gregory
  • Besides, hoeing around your corn and beans makes the dirt nice and finely pulverized -- like the pulverized sugar with which Mother makes icing for the cakes. Cited from Daddy Takes Us to the Garden, by Howard R. Garis
  • The modern Grecian women, in some districts, as Sonnini tells us, use the spine of the sea-polypus, calcined and finely pulverized, for this purpose. Cited from Theological Essays and Other Papers v2
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