Definition of Quinies

1. quinie [n] - See also: quinie



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quinies

quinhydrones
quinia
quinible
quinic
quinic acid
quinicine
quinicines
quinidine
quinidine-3-hydroxylase
quinidine polygalacturonate
quinidine sulfate
quinidines
quinie
quiniela
quinielas
quinies
quinin
quinina
quininas
quinindoline
quinindolines
quinine
quinine and urea hydrochloride
quinine bisulfate
quinine carbacryclic resin
quinine carbacrylic resin
quinine carbacrylic resin test
quinine ethylcarbonate
quinine sulfate
quinine urethan

Literary usage of Quinies

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1. Nouvelles promenades archéologiques: Horace et Virgile by Gaston Boissier (1899)
"... le port de Tar- quinies, qui devait être situé près de l'embouchure de la Marta, non loin de Corneto, dit que c'est un l'université de Rome, ..."

2. Elements of Medical Chemistry by Benjamin Howard Rand (1871)
"It is more soluble than the latter, but otherwise resembles it; it contains 24'5 pc of FeA- Ferri et Quinies Citras, ..."

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