Definition of Helleris
1. helleri [n] - See also: helleri
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Literary usage of Helleris
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Diagnostics and Treatment of Tropical Diseases by Edward Rhodes Stitt (1917)
"For helleris test, pour a small amount of nitric acid into a narrow test tube and, while holding the tube at an angle of about 45°, superimpose a layer of ..."
2. A Complete History of the Most Remarkable Transactions at Sea: From the by Josiah Burchett (1720)
"... as near as he judged convenient, until they were between the Lizard and Scilly, and finding than proceeding far- ther, to return to St. helleris Road, ..."
3. Denmark and Iceland by Elise C. Otté (1881)
"These gravings, which are known as " helleris- inger," and are found on separate stones and on cliffs, are not uncommon in Sweden, but it is only in recent ..."
4. The History of the Town of Malmesbury and of Its Ancient Abbey ... with by James T. Bird (1876)
"... called in King William's charter All-hallows and St. helleris Chapels; one of which probably was raised for the above-noticed pious purpose. ..."