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Definition of Klatsch
1. klatch [n -ES] - See also: klatch
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Literary usage of Klatsch
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. All about Coffee by William Harrison Ukers (1922)
"... German kaffee-klatsch. It was a chronicle of the comings and goings of the savants. ... klatsch ..."
2. The British Journal of Dermatology by British Association of Dermatology (1896)
"klatsch specimen of a Cat Ringworm, from the fungus isolated from the cat, aged 5 weeks, showing an Aaron's rod with spores more linear-shaped, and numerous ..."
3. Home Life in Germany by Alfred Sidgwick (1908)
"At a Kaffee- klatsch you either shout or whisper, you eat every sort of rich cake presented to you if you can, you drink chocolate or coffee with whipped ..."
4. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1905)
"In klatsch preparations of corneal vaccine ulcers stained by ... Two series of changes may be followed in the vaccine bodies in klatsch preparations. ..."
5. Essentials of Bacteriology: Being a Concise and Systematic Introduction to by Michael Valentine Ball, Paul Garfield Weston (1913)
"klatsch preparations, ances of colonies. they have received, or the greater or less amount ... The Germans give the name of "klatsch" to such preparations. ..."
6. Third International Congress of Dermatology held in the examination hall of edited by John James Pringle (1898)
"The best method to examine the aerial hyph.t is to make klatsch ... They can be seen in a hanging drop specimen, but are never found in a klatsch specimen. ..."