Definition of Triturators
1. triturator [n] - See also: triturator
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Triturators
Literary usage of Triturators
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Practical Treatise on Natural and Artificial Concrete: Its Varieties and by Henry Reid (1879)
"... should state that there have been innumerable inventions of a cognate character designed for grinding purposes—conical and conoidal mills, triturators, ..."
2. A Practical Treatise on Natural and Artificial Concrete: Its Varieties and by Henry Reid (1879)
"... there have been innumerable inventions of a cognate character designed for grinding purposes—conical and conoidal mills, triturators, and such like, ..."
3. Adolescence: Its Psychology and Its Relations to Physiology, Anthropology by Granville Stanley Hall (1904)
"... and the human face, including nose and eyes, which are primarily food-finders, and the jaws, which are triturators, have developed as accessories. ..."
4. Report of the Secretary of Agriculture by United States Dept. of Agriculture (1870)
"... with a good mold-board plow, and any of the new-fangled triturators, and we think that a short experience in "running the two machines " will speedily ..."
5. The Mining Magazine (1855)
"The call was immediately answered by the production of "crushers,"" triturators," and ..."
6. Explorations of the Highlands of the Brazil: With a Full Account of the Gold by Richard Francis Burton (1869)
"These are the " arrastres" or triturators,t protected by their sheds. A water-wheel works two horizontal arms, which drag by strong boxes," large troughs ..."
7. The Journal of the Society of Chemical Industry by Society of Chemical Industry (1884)
"Improvements in mills or triturators for reducing cement or other hard substances. October 30 14379 FM Lyte, Putney, Surrey, ..."