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Definition of Inhibitive
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Literary usage of Inhibitive
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1. The Corrosion and Preservation of Iron and Steel by Allerton Seward Cushman, Henry Alfred Gardner (1910)
"inhibitive Pigments for Railroad Equipment in Genera1. — Red lead, basic lead chromate, zinc chromate, and bright neutral oxide of iron are inhibitive ..."
2. Criminal Sociology by Enrico Ferri, William West Smithers, Joseph Ignatius Kelly, John Lisle (1917)
"Biological Abnormality of Defective Development of inhibitive Centers as Basis of Origin and Nature of Delinquency. Less indeterminate is the idea of ..."
3. Œdema and Nephritis: A Critical, Experimental and Clinical Study of the by Martin Fischer (1921)
"inhibitive Effects of Alkaline Salts on the Albuminuria of Hard Work We shall conclude this section by giving a concrete illustration of the fact that, ..."
4. International Medical and Surgical Surveyby American Institute of Medicine by American Institute of Medicine (1922)
"There is also experimental evidence which indicates that the inhibitive bodies in ... The inhibitive power of guinea-pig serum is not regularly increased ..."
5. Reports ... 1903-1913 by American Society for Testing Materials (1913)
"Mr. Thompson also suggested that Committee U investigate this matter to see whether it can be determined if certain pigments have an inhibitive action on ..."
6. Analytic Psychology by George Frederick Stout (1896)
"... any kind of manual dexterity, can easily supply illustrations from his own experience. § 5. THE inhibitive ASPECT OF THE ATTENTION- PROCESS. ..."