Definition of Radiograms

1. Noun. (plural of radiogram) ¹



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Definition of Radiograms

1. radiogram [n] - See also: radiogram

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Radiograms

radiogallium
radiogenesis
radiogenetics
radiogenic
radiogenics
radiogeology
radiogermanium
radioglaciology
radiogold
radiogold colloid
radiogolds
radiogoniometer
radiogoniometers
radiogoniometry
radiogram
radiograms (current term)
radiograph
radiographed
radiographer
radiographers
radiographic
radiographic image enhancement
radiographic magnification
radiographic parallel line shadows
radiographically
radiographies
radiographing
radiographist
radiographists
radiographs

Literary usage of Radiograms

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1. Proceedings of the IRE. by Institute of Radio Engineers (1915)
"CLASSES OF MESSAGES DESIGNATIONS radiograms with answer prepaid (on land lines "Reply Prepaid") RP radiograms calling for repetition of message (on land ..."

2. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1907)
"Among the few radiograms that I shall show you to-night are cases which have been painted, poulticed, and blistered until the patience of the sufferer led ..."

3. The International Journal of Orthodontia and Oral Surgery (1919)
"radiograms and see everything under the sun except what really exists. There are many men who are anxious to diagnose radiograms for you. ..."

4. The Dental Radiogram and the Science of Interpretation: A Textbook for by Frank Earle Browning (1922)
"They will be of inestimable value when used in comparison with radiograms subsequently made, especially so when the teeth examined have been the seat of ..."

5. A Manual of Practical X-ray Work by David Arthur, John Muir (1909)
"... OF ORDINARY AND STEREOSCOPIC radiograms As already mentioned, the report on a radiogram should always, where possible, be made from the negative. ..."

6. Federal Criminal Law and Procedure by Elijah Nathaniel Zoline (1921)
"All stations are required to give absolute priority to signals and radiograms relating to ships in distress; to cease all sending on hearing a distress ..."

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