Definition of Circulations

1. Noun. (plural of circulation) ¹



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Definition of Circulations

1. circulation [n] - See also: circulation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Circulations

circularly polarized light
circularness
circularnesses
circulars
circulary
circulatable
circulate
circulated
circulates
circulating
circulating(a)
circulating decimal
circulating library
circulation
circulation time
circulations (current term)
circulative
circulator
circulatories
circulatorious
circulators
circulatory
circulatory and respiratory physiology
circulatory arrest
circulatory collapse
circulatory failure
circulatory system
circulatory systems
circulene
circulet

Literary usage of Circulations

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1. The Principles of Aërography by Alexander McAdie (1917)
"There are at least three causes operating in the establishment of the major circulations of the globe and less directly in the minor causes of circulations. ..."

2. Scientific Circulation Management for Newspapers by William Rufus Scott (1915)
"Its quarterly reports give the net paid and gross circulations, ... The Audit Bureau of circulations At present, the comparatively new Audit Bureau of ..."

3. Handbook of physiology by William Senhouse Kirkes (1873)
"As generally described there are two circulations by which all the blood must pass; ... Subordinate to the two principal circulations, the pulmonary and ..."

4. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1909)
"As a rule, the magazines with rather small circulations charge more than $1 a page per thousand, while those with the largest circulations charge a trifle ..."

5. Advertising, Its Principles and Practice by Harry Tipper (1919)
"The Audit Bureau of circulations The tendency for the publisher to make his circulation statement look as large as possible and the impossibility of keeping ..."

6. Physics of the Air by William Jackson Humphreys (1920)
"Present Atmospheric and Oceanic circulations.—Despite innumerable disturbances, great and small, the fundamental circulation of the atmosphere is from ..."

7. The Principles of Aërography by Alexander McAdie (1917)
"There are at least three causes operating in the establishment of the major circulations of the globe and less directly in the minor causes of circulations. ..."

8. Scientific Circulation Management for Newspapers by William Rufus Scott (1915)
"Its quarterly reports give the net paid and gross circulations, ... The Audit Bureau of circulations At present, the comparatively new Audit Bureau of ..."

9. Handbook of physiology by William Senhouse Kirkes (1873)
"As generally described there are two circulations by which all the blood must pass; ... Subordinate to the two principal circulations, the pulmonary and ..."

10. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1909)
"As a rule, the magazines with rather small circulations charge more than $1 a page per thousand, while those with the largest circulations charge a trifle ..."

11. Advertising, Its Principles and Practice by Harry Tipper (1919)
"The Audit Bureau of circulations The tendency for the publisher to make his circulation statement look as large as possible and the impossibility of keeping ..."

12. Physics of the Air by William Jackson Humphreys (1920)
"Present Atmospheric and Oceanic circulations.—Despite innumerable disturbances, great and small, the fundamental circulation of the atmosphere is from ..."

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