Definition of Quinins

1. quinin [n] - See also: quinin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quinins

quinine carbacrylic resin test
quinine ethylcarbonate
quinine sulfate
quinine urethan
quinine water
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quininic
quininic acid
quininism
quininize
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quinisocaine
quinizarin
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quinnat salmon
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quinoa
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quinocide
quinocide hydrochloride
quinoestradiol
quinogen

Literary usage of Quinins

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1. The British Pharmacopoeia by General Medical Council (Great Britain) (1885)
"... press, filter, and add sufficient proof spirit to make one pint. Dose.—i to 2 fluid drachms. TINCTURA Quinins. Tincture of Quinine.i Take of ..."

2. American Druggist (1891)
"That agent will in turn control the provincial agents, who, where the law of the country allows it, will sell quinins and quinine preparations of every ..."

3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1807)
"There is, therefore, no doubt that it was QuinIns Lamia, whole death his brother Lucius, the friend of our poet, ..."

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