much larger quantity

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  • A much larger quantity of water is required, but about the same strength of acid. ...
  • The difference between the new process and the usual practice consists in the use of a much larger quantity of acid.
  • From the greater intensity of this flame a much larger quantity of light is produced than by the longer flame. ...
  • It is thus possible to work with much larger quantities of material when ferrous sulfate is employed. ...
  • The greatest number I ever catched was fourteen dozen, though much larger quantities have often been trapped. ...
  • Coal, and in much larger quantities lignite, have been found in many parts of Alaska. ...
  • It is generally said by those who have no practical experience amongst vegetarians, that the latter require a much larger quantity of food than do those who include flesh. ...
  • A rested stomach will get more nutriment out of a small amount of food-stuff than an overworked stomach will get out of a much larger quantity. ...
  • About two tons were imported from Socotra in 1833, but a much larger quantity could be obtained if required. ...
  • The carnivora with their short intestinal canal need the least, the frugivora more, and the herbivora a much larger quantity. ...
  • As winter approached, Katy realized that the demand for molasses candy was on the increase, and she found it necessary to make a much larger quantity.
  • There are, however, a great many agricultural soils covering large areas and yielding very abundant crops which contain very much larger quantities of calcium carbonate. ...
  • The people of both sexes flocked to the landing with vegetables, bread, chickens, butter, and other good things in much larger quantity than we desired. ...
  • Which matter, being present in much larger quantity than is that of the particles which compose it, was alone capable of causing transparency, according to what has been explained heretofore. ...
  • By further increasing the hole, however, and putting down our oyster-shells, we found that we could obtain a much larger quantity of the precious liquid than by means of the shoes. ...
  • We had a quick but rough passage across the Atlantic, and frequently took on board a much larger quantity of salt water than was agreeable to those who had berths in her bows. ...
  • One writer states that 18 eggs would contain sufficient flesh forming substance for a day's ration, but a very much larger quantity would be required to supply enough carbon. ...
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