Definition of Hamburgs
1. hamburg [n] - See also: hamburg
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hamburgs
Literary usage of Hamburgs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Annual Report by Ohio State Board of Agriculture (1876)
"... of golden-spangled hamburgs 4 Second best pair of golden-spangled hamburgs 2 Best pair of silver-spangled hamburgs 4 Second best pair of silver-spangled ..."
2. Contributions by Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sanitary Research Laboratory and Sewage Experiment Station (1910)
"... hamburgs IM NEUNZEHNTEN JAHRHUNDERT In 1901 there appeared a comprehensive treatise on the "Sanitary History of Hamburg in the Nineteenth Century," ..."
3. Poultry-keeping by Arthur Roland (1879)
"hamburgs, also, are capital layers, but these as well require a good range; they are also hardy. Polands require a dry soil to flourish. ..."
4. The Horticulturist, and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste by Luther Tucker (1874)
"EW Wood exhibited Black hamburgs, Victoria hamburgs, Wil- mot's hamburgs, ... and Mrs. TW Ward, Black hamburgs, Wilmot's hamburgs and others, ..."
5. Report of the Secretary of Agriculture by United States Dept. of Agriculture (1871)
"Layers of small eggs, averaging 9 to 10 to a pound : hamburgs. 5. ... New York, says : "There is little doubt that the hamburgs, Silver spangled and Black, ..."
6. Dr. Chase's Recipes: Or, Information for Everybody; an Invaluable Collection by Alvin Wood Chase, William Wesley Cook (1920)
"Layers of small eggs, averaging 9 to 10 to a pound— hamburgs. 5. Number of Eggs. Great layers—hamburgs, Spanish, Leghorns and Polands. 6. Incubation. ..."