Definition of Gallising

1. gallise [v] - See also: gallise



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gallising

gallinae
galline
galling
gallingly
gallinipper
gallinippers
gallinule
gallinules
galliot
galliots
gallipot
gallipots
gallise
gallised
gallises
gallising (current term)
gallite
gallium
gallium-67
gallium-67 citrate
gallium-68
gallium: indications
gallium arsenide
gallium isotopes
gallium radioisotopes
gallium uptake with normal chest film
gallium vs. indium
galliums
gallivant
gallivanted

Literary usage of Gallising

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1. Methods of Practical Hygiene by Karl Bernhard Lehmann (1893)
"... these investigations have led me to the conviction that a variety of conditions must co-operate for the origin of poisonous substances in gallising, if, ..."

2. The Missouri Yearbook of Agriculture: Annual Report by State Board of Agriculture, Missouri State Board of Agriculture, Missouri (1868)
"Remarks on the Treatment of Wine and on gallising.—Wine is the fermented juice of the grape. Good dry wine contains— 1. From eight to fourteen per ..."

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