Definition of Moistures
1. moisture [n] - See also: moisture
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Moistures
Literary usage of Moistures
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings: Symposium on Fire in Wilderness and Park Management edited by James K. Brown, Robert W. Mutch, Charles W. Spoon, Ronald H. Wakimoto (1996)
"Are computer-simulated fuel moistures reflective of actual fuel moistures observed in the field? Are the National Fire Danger Rating System (NFDRS) indices ..."
2. Proceedings of the American Gas Institute by American Gas Institute (1914)
"the lowest moistures, while the smallest ones show the highest moistures; ... These average moistures, or rather moistures of average samples, ..."
3. A Preliminary Report on the Geology of New Brunswick: Together with a by New Brunswick Geological Survey, Henry Youle Hind (1865)
"... Period—Glacial Lakes—Escarpments— Dr. Rink's experience in Greenland—Conditions under which Glaciers are formed— Zones of Moistures—Glacial Zones—Notice ..."
4. Compost: On-Farm Systems edited by Mary V. Gold (1998)
"Moistures were adjusted by adding tap water just prior to incubation or stacking. The initial laboratory trial included only broiler litter at 40% moisture, ..."
5. The Vegetation of a Desert Mountain Range as Conditioned by Climatic Factors by Forrest Shreve (1915)
"It is true that these high moistures are the ones which call forth general vegetative ... It is likewise possible that high and protracted soil moistures ..."
6. The Vegetation of a Desert Mountain Range as Conditioned by Climatic Factors by Forrest Shreve (1915)
"It is true that these high moistures are the ones which call forth general ... It is likewise possible that high and protracted soil moistures may be of ..."