Definition of Platinums

1. platinum [n] - See also: platinum



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Platinums

platinotype
platinotypes
platinous
platinum
platinum-blonde
platinum arsenide
platinum black
platinum blond
platinum blonde
platinum compounds
platinum foil
platinum group
platinum sombrero
platinum thermometer
platinumlike
platinums (current term)
platinumsmith
platinumsmiths
platitude
platitudes
platitudinal
platitudinarian
platitudinize
platitudinized
platitudinizes
platitudinizing
platitudinous
platitudinously
platitudinousness
platitudise

Literary usage of Platinums

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Electrical Ignition for Internal Combustion Engines by Mortimer Arthur Codd (1911)
"an appreciable time before it strikes the platinums off contact ; about ... The platinums call for a word of attention. Care should always be taken to see ..."

2. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1908)
"At the present time they have one case devoted to a series of ten different pictures of a pretty little girl, 6^ x 8£ sepia platinums. ..."

3. A Course of Six Lectures on the Chemical History of a Candle: To which is by Michael Faraday, William Crookes (1861)
"If I put the two platinums in by themselves they come out as clean and as white as they go in [inserting them into the fluid without connecting them with ..."

4. A Course of Six Lectures on the Chemical History of a Candle: To which is by Michael Faraday, William Crookes (1861)
"If I put the two platinums in by themselves they come out as clean and as white as they go in [inserting them into the fluid without connecting them with ..."

5. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1895)
"The platinums are continued by iron wires going through glass tubes, and attached at ... After the arc has once been struck, the platinums can be separated ..."

6. Dyke's Automobile Encyclopedia by Andrew Lee Dyke (1911)
"For Trimming the Surfaces of Magneto and Coil platinums, suitable flies are ... It May Have Been Noticed that the platinums have not worn equally. ..."

7. Electrical Ignition for Internal Combustion Engines by Mortimer Arthur Codd (1911)
"an appreciable time before it strikes the platinums off contact ; about ... The platinums call for a word of attention. Care should always be taken to see ..."

8. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1908)
"At the present time they have one case devoted to a series of ten different pictures of a pretty little girl, 6^ x 8£ sepia platinums. ..."

9. A Course of Six Lectures on the Chemical History of a Candle: To which is by Michael Faraday, William Crookes (1861)
"If I put the two platinums in by themselves they come out as clean and as white as they go in [inserting them into the fluid without connecting them with ..."

10. A Course of Six Lectures on the Chemical History of a Candle: To which is by Michael Faraday, William Crookes (1861)
"If I put the two platinums in by themselves they come out as clean and as white as they go in [inserting them into the fluid without connecting them with ..."

11. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1895)
"The platinums are continued by iron wires going through glass tubes, and attached at ... After the arc has once been struck, the platinums can be separated ..."

12. Dyke's Automobile Encyclopedia by Andrew Lee Dyke (1911)
"For Trimming the Surfaces of Magneto and Coil platinums, suitable flies are ... It May Have Been Noticed that the platinums have not worn equally. ..."

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