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Definition of Hypercharged
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Literary usage of Hypercharged
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1. The Mineral Waters of the United States and Their Therapeutic Uses: With an by James King Crook (1899)
"... very properly emphasizes the fact that the introduction of a large quantity of alkaline salts into a system hypercharged with uric acid, without at the ..."
2. Hydrotherapy at Saratoga: A Treatise on Natural Mineral Waters by John Arthur Irwin (1892)
"When, however, a large quantity of alkaline salts are introduced into a system hypercharged with uric acid, and full provision for the solution and removal ..."